This article explores a novel place-based effort to improve health outcomes in a ten-square block neighborhood in Albuquerque, New Mexico by assisting people with obtaining a GED. Research conducted as a community-engaged study documents the history and preliminary outcomes of the initiative and how, in the context of the recent privatization of the GED, the welfare of individuals intersects with neoliberal politics. This research offers a timely investigation of the relationship between health and education in the context of ongoing neoliberal restructuring.

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