An after-school partnership between Mansfield City Schools
and the North End Community Improvement Cooperative (NECIC)
, funded by an $850,000 federal grant, has a goal of improving the academic performance of at-risk middle school students over the next five years.
“We will help the NECIC and they will help us with family engagement. Our combined goal will be academic improvement for at-risk seventh- and eighth-graders,” said Holly Christie, Ed.D, the district’s director of student support programs. Read More
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