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In Boston Public Schools, Using A Summer Curriculum to Close The Achievement Gap

July 17, 2017

The achievement gap between students from low-income households and students from wealthier ones is one of the most persistent challenges facing Boston Public Schools.   

Boston Public Schools Superintendent Tommy Chang joined Boston Public Radio Weekend to discuss 5th Quarter of Learning and how Boston is using a creative summer curriculum to help level the academic playing field. Click the audio player above to hear their conversation. 

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