Amid the College Admissions Scandal, Here Are 8 Organizations Helping Disadvantaged Students

From guiding students on a path to college to helping secure scholarships, these organizations aim to make higher education possible for everyone (EOS is one of the eight organizations listed).

The Seattle, Washington-based foundation works with school districts to help students with low-income backgrounds get into Advanced Placement (AP) and International Baccalaureate (IB) programs — which can help increase a student’s chances of college acceptance. EOS has helped more than 540 schools identify disadvantaged students who qualify for AP or IB classes, according to its website.

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