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A Brief History of Education in Micronesia 27

High school graduates at this time could attend college only if they were granted a government scholarship�and these were few.  Scholarship winners attended the College of Guam and lived in a dormitory on campus.  The officers of the TT Student Organization on Guam in 1962 are shown here.
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