21 June 2005

Good News in Inner-City School

Dorchester school's seniors all accepted to college
In large, urban public high schools, it is rare for 100 percent of a graduating class to go to college, let alone four-year schools. But Codman, which has only 100 students in grades 9 through 12, and several other charter high schools in the state have been able to get all of their students into four-year colleges.
I am proud to say that J-Fav was doing consulting work at Codman Academy. Read about it in The Boston Globe online.

1 comment:

Professor B said...

Nice work :-) It's cool when your actions have meaningful outcomes.