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The Top 50 Schools for Entrepreneurship Programs

The Princeton ReviewNEW YORK (SEPTEMBER 20, 2011) – The Princeton Review and Entrepreneur magazine announced today the results of their ninth annual survey that ranks the top 25 undergraduate and top 25 graduate entrepreneurship programs in the nation. From the more than 2,000 programs reviewed, the number one school in the undergraduate category is the University of Houston, for the 2nd consecutive year, while Babson College retained its number one ranking in the graduate category for the 3rd year.

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Access and Outrage

Access and Outrage CoverHispanic business and political leaders agree: We must work harder to encourage Hispanics to get a college education. Hispanic America, in part, seems to be moving in the right direction. Federal funding for Hispanic education is steadily increasing, and opportunities for mentoring and scholarships from the private sector are helping to provide greater opportunity for Hispanics. However, the struggle for those hoping to break out of a poverty lifestyle and reach middle class status is still intense, and that struggle is evident on community college campuses across the nation.

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Fellowships Give Hispanic Youth a Chance for Jobs

CHCIVeronica Duron, 24, didn't stop being a student when she graduated from the University of Texas in 2007. The San Antonio native spent a year working at a law firm and then came to the District as a Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute fellow in 2008. Even as her fellowship turned into a full-time job on Capitol Hill in May, Duron said she's still learning.

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