суббота, 3 марта 2012 г.

PUPILS GET A LITTLE HELP EARLY ON.(CAPITAL REGION)

Byline: ANDREW BROWNSTEIN Staff writer

More than 900 area seventh-graders will receive advanced instruction from local universities under a nearly $4 million program designed to help them get through high school, enter college and graduate.

The program is one of 16 in the state and 185 in the nation to benefit from a new presidential initiative to aid disadvantaged students, starting in the middle grades. Six Troy-area school districts were eligible to join in the local program because at least 50 percent of their students received reduced or free subsidized lunches -- which demonstrates that a majority come from low-income families.

Rensselaer …

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