Students and others talk of the benefits of integration initiatives
WILLMAR -- The two juniors from Worthington High School stood on the stage of the theater at Kennedy Elementary School and described the effect the Nobles County Integration Collaborative has had on their lives.
They have gone on college visits, gotten help with homework and learned leadership skills, said Ananaya Alwal. Both girls said they were from large, single-parent families.
"We feel that without the collaborative, we wouldn't be as motivated," said Apoman Abella.
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