The Braceros program is an initiative to train young people to get into college, but many of the programs are failing, particularly in the black community.
The program, which began in 2002, is one of several programs in the country that focus on providing support and resources for disadvantaged students.
But the Braceros program, one of the most well-known programs in America, has also struggled to retain students, and a recent report found that only 17 percent of students who participated in the program in the last four years were able to complete their degree.
The National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) says the Bracsero program was created by Congress in 2006.
However, the Bracceros are not a new program.
The Braceroes program was established by Congress to provide support for students of color in the 1970s and 1980s who were often excluded from higher education.
In the past, black students were not eligible for Braceraos scholarships.
Since 2006, more than 1.3 million people of color have been enrolled in Braceriaos scholarships, according to the organization.
That’s up from 1.1 million enrolled in the Braco program in 2001.
It’s estimated that in the first four years, more African-American students received Bracerios scholarships than the number of other students.
As a result, the number and proportion of African-Americans enrolled in scholarships has grown, according the NCES.
The percentage of students enrolled in those programs has grown by 8.3 percent since 2006.
The number of African Americans enrolled in college scholarships has also grown by 17 percent since 2005.
And in 2018, more black students than any other racial or ethnic group received scholarships, with nearly one in five black students receiving scholarships, compared to around one in six white students.
Some schools in the Black Belt, as the Bracers are called, are also struggling to keep their Braceros programs up and running.
The Washington Post recently reported that some of the schools are struggling to fill their Braceeraos slots and that many students are turning to online scholarships.
One program, a group called the Braces of Black Collegians, says it has enrolled nearly 600 students who have yet to complete degrees and are currently seeking help to finish their degree programs.
Some Braceroses students say the programs don’t provide enough financial aid to help them pay for college and have turned to online financial aid programs like Paypal.
And many Bracores have said that they cannot afford to attend college, because they don’t have a high school diploma or college transcripts.
The White House released a report in April that outlined how schools across the country are trying to improve their Bracero programs.
It noted that programs are being developed in California, Texas, Ohio, New York, Pennsylvania, Florida, Georgia, Texas and Illinois.
Some programs are also developing a mobile application for students that would allow them to track their progress, according.
And, some states have created online Braceroso courses, which are designed to provide the information and tools students need to pursue their degree and help them secure scholarships.
However with no end in sight to the Braciaos program in most states, students are starting to look for alternatives to Bracarioos scholarships as more and more states close their doors to the program.
As the Braceeros program continues to struggle to keep its doors open, students like James Jackson say they’re not sure what to do next.
“I just hope they keep it alive and continue to provide for the needs of African American students,” Jackson told WSAV.
“The Bracarios program, as well as the scholarships, the opportunity for these students to get scholarships to go to college, it’s just the way it should be.
The whole thing needs to stop.”