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ADVANCE FOR USE SUNDAY AND THERE AFTER - In this July 26, 2016, photo, Ron Stefanski poses for a photo as he revisits his grandmother's former east side home in Detroit, about 25 years after she was brutally beaten and slain there by a 14-year-old dropout. Stefanski markets the Detroit Collective Impact-Pathway to Education & Work. The program is a way for teens and adults to earn career credentials and accredited diplomas and takes a year to 18 months to complete. Stefanski says he wanted nothing more to do with Detroit after Vicki Stefanski was killed in 1991, but now is eager to help in the city's turnaround. (AP Photo/Corey R. Williams)

ADVANCE FOR USE SUNDAY AND THERE AFTER - In this July 26, 2016, photo, Ron Stefanski poses for a photo as he revisits his grandmother's former east side home in Detroit, about 25 years after she was brutally beaten and slain there by a 14-year-old dropout. Stefanski markets the Detroit Collective Impact-Pathway to Education & Work. The program is a way for teens and adults to earn career credentials and accredited diplomas and takes a year to 18 months to complete. Stefanski says he wanted nothing more to do with Detroit after Vicki Stefanski was killed in 1991, but now is eager to help in the city's turnaround. (AP Photo/Corey R. Williams)

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