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Young Asset Protection Joins Agents Of Change Movement

A report from the National Center for Education Statistics reveals that educational shortfalls affecting low income students in Pennsylvania are at least partially the effect of a massive funding difference between low income and high income school districts statewide.

To bridge this gap, Young Asset Protection is leading a campaign in Allegheny County to provide educational and mentorship resources to underprivileged schoolchildren. “Our agency believes that all the children in our community should have equal access to educational resources, and we are using a community rewards program to encourage other families in the area to get involved and support our students,” said agency CEO Megan Young.

 






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