Students in the SEEDS Scholars program have spent their summer working on their writing and building up on other subjects, including social studies and science, during Saturday workshops and classroom sessions. This year, 88 students discussed landmark Supreme Court decisions, learned about chemistry and honed their writing skills. Organizers say the program -- which stands for Scholars, Educators, Excellence, Dedication, Success -- offers invaluable experiences, both academically and socially, for students. "Our goal is to change lives through education," said New Jersey SEEDS President Ronni Denes.
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