GEAR UP in the News

GEAR UP, a federally funded program, stands for Gaining Early Awareness ... who are prepared to enter and succeed in postsecondary education.

“It was a great tour,” said GEAR UP Education Coordinator LaDonna Baldwin. “Students enjoy going on college tours. It gives them the opportunity to ...

Dreama Gentry, executive director of Partners for Education, and Harlan County Schools Superintendent Mike Howard discuss a new GEAR UP ...

GEAR UP provides critical early college awareness and support activities such as tutoring, mentoring, academic preparation, financial education, and ...

The Calhoun County School District Board of Trustees at its October meeting heard a presentation on an initiative called GEAR UP (Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs).

Commissioner of Higher Education Clayton Christian said the Montana ... Montana GEAR UP is a federal Department of Education college access ...

Through GEAR UP, which stands for Gaining Early Awareness and ... GEAR UP has allowed us to foster increased access to higher education for ...

The McCreary County Board of Education's October meeting ... $5.5 million annually for the next 7 years from the new GEAR UP grant.

The McCreary County Board of Education's October meeting ... $5.5 million annually for the next 7 years from the new GEAR UP grant.

DeSoto ISD receives $7.8M GEAR UP Grant ... K-12 Texas district to receive the prestigious GEAR UP grant from the U.S. Department of Education.

This summer, over 70 Bridgeport high school students spent three weeks at Yale experiencing a taste of college life through GEAR UP (Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs), which aims to significantly increase the number of low-income and minority students who are prepared to enter and succeed in post-secondary education.

Northeastern Illinois University, in partnership with Chicago Public Schools (CPS) District 299, has been awarded a $40 million grant over seven years by the U.S. Department of Education to help at-risk students prepare for success in postsecondary education.

The U.S Department of Education awarded a total of $4.45 million to ... “The federal government gave two GEAR UP grants in the state of Alabama ...

Five Lebanon schools will share in a $2.6 million, seven-year grant to help low-income students get ready for college.

Oregon will receive $2.6 million a year for seven years for college readiness initiatives as part of the statewide GEAR UP program, the U.S. Department of Education announced Monday.

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