Hispanic Workers Show 80 Percent Without College In US Crisis
Sitting a few steps away from a black marble memorial to his friend Mickey who was stabbed to death two years ago at age 15, Ronald Ramos looks bewildered when asked why he didn't take the SAT, seek financial aid and apply to college after graduating from high school. "Parents don't know what the system is here," he says in an interview at Georgetown South, a Latino neighborhood in Manassas, Va. "We don't know what to do."
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