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CLEVELAND (WKYC) — One of Cleveland’s most renowned institutions of higher learning is lessening the financial burden for prospective students in the community it serves.

Case Western Reserve University President Dr. Eric W. Kaler announced Wednesday that the school would be enacting a “dramatic expansion” of its Cleveland Scholars Program by covering the full cost of attendance to all admitted graduates from both the Cleveland Metropolitan School District and East Cleveland City Schools. The initiative previously paid the cost of tuition, at minimum, but the university says the change “eliminates initial financial uncertainties.”

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