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New Program Offers Low-Income Boston Students Chance To Attend College Without Tuition Costs04:23

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The plan to provide a tuition-free college program in Boston is receiving a lot of praise as a way to help low-income students afford a four-year degree.

Critics, however, say The Boston Bridge program still leaves a lot of students behind. WBUR's Max Larkin explains.

This segment aired on May 31, 2017.


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Max Larkin is a multimedia reporter for Edify, WBUR's education vertical.


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