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Only 43% of urban high-risk non-debaters graduate
72% of urban high-risk student debaters graduate.
Only 50% of students in urban high schools graduate
90% of urban high school debaters graduate.
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“Imagine graduating from high school each year millions of underprivileged teenagers with the ability to articulate their needs and ideas, the ability to understand and address the needs of others, and the ability and energy to offer thoughtful solutions.”
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