Business program seeks to boost achievement for at-risk students:

04/27/2012 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

An enrichment program at six New York City middle schools aims to use business to help improve achievement among at-risk students. The program is staffed by business leaders, who volunteer to act as mentors, as well as full-time teachers and paid fellows from AmeriCorps, who work with students during the day and after school on projects related to business and marketing.

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