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  2. Brightwood College - Wikipedia

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    Brightwood College, formerly Kaplan College, was a system of for-profit colleges in the United States, owned and operated by Education Corporation of America. Main qualifications offered included health, business, criminal justice, information technology, nursing and professional training (trades) programs. [1]

  3. Brightwood (Washington, D.C.) - Wikipedia

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    The boundaries of Brightwood have varied over the years. In the mid-nineteenth century, Brightwood generally encompassed the region north of Brightwood Park, west of Fort Totten, east of Rock Creek, and south of the Maryland line. Today, the Brightwood Community Association, an association of residents and business owners from the western part ...

  4. Brightwood Education Campus - Wikipedia

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    The original Brightwood School was a two-story brick building built around 1897 at Brightwood Avenue (now Georgia Avenue) and Peabody Street. Some of the land was acquired from the Emory Chapel, and some of the land was condemned from numerous heirs of Betsy Butler. Only white students were allowed to attend the school.

  5. Molalla, Oregon - Wikipedia

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    For every 100 females, there were 94.7 males. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 91.3 males. The median income for a household in the city was $42,672, and the median income for a family was $46,915. Males had a median income of $37,172 versus $25,988 for females. The per capita income for the city was $16,738.

  6. Neighborhoods in Washington, D.C. - Wikipedia

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    Neighborhoods in Washington, D.C., are distinguished by their history, culture, architecture, demographics, and geography.The names of 131 neighborhoods are unofficially defined by the D.C. Office of Planning.

  7. Fort Stevens Ridge - Wikipedia

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    History Early history. A street map from 1894 shows the land that later became Fort Stevens Ridge as being owned by Orlanda Gray. The land was part of large stretch of undeveloped land, with only a small amount of development in nearby Brightwood at the intersection of Brightwood Avenue (later renamed Georgia Avenue) and Shepherd Road (near modern-day Missouri Avenue).

  8. Kaplan University - Wikipedia

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    Kaplan University(KU) was a for-profit college owned by Kaplan, Inc., a subsidiary of the Graham Holdings Company. It was predominantly a distance learninginstitution, maintaining 14 ground locations across the United States. The university was named in honor of Stanley H. Kaplan,[3]who founded Kaplan Test Prep.[4]