The first major educational opportunity the founders, the Emmons sisters, discovered was a tuition exemption to Florida state colleges, universities and vocational schools for youth who experienced foster care – including those who were adopted – and youth experiencing homelessness. This year more than 6,300 students in the state are currently utilizing the tuition exemption to obtain a postsecondary degree or credential, an increase of more than 350% since 2008.
Our students have proudly graduated from more than 20 different colleges and universities.
During the 2020-2021 academic year Educate Tomorrow's AOK Scholars stayed in pursuit of their college degree despite the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Educate Tomorrow students are currently 70% female and 30% male. 79% of the students are age 15-24. 70% are Black or African American, 10% are Hispanic or Latino and 10% identify as multiracial.
of Educate Tomorrow’s students of 20+ years have a high school diploma or equivalent.
We believe that talent is equally distributed, but opportunity is not. We desire to bring opportunity to students in order to seek truly transformational, generational change.
Building Capacity for Improved Post-Secondary Attainment Rates Among Students Utilizing Florida Tuition Exemptions.
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