Teach for America attracts grads hoping to make a difference

10/3/2005 | NYTimes.com

Newly minted grads from top colleges see the Teach for America program, which prepares young people for two-year stints in classrooms in low-income rural and urban areas, as an appealing way to give back while also delaying career decisions. The program has boomed in popularity, thanks in part to its intensive recruiting efforts and track record of success.

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