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Riley Institute’s Diversity Leaders reach out to North Charleston High students

||Image courtesy of “The Post and Courier”

School choice sounds like a good thing … until it isn’t. In recent years, two-thirds of students zoned for North Charleston High School have left to attend others schools – a reality that sacks the school’s graduation rate and feeds its “at risk” report card status. Participants in the Riley Institute’s Diversity Leaders Initiative came up with a plan to help those who remain at NCHS get the funds they need to attend a local community college. Read on to learn about “College for Cougars” in an article that appeared in Sunday’s The Post and Courier.

Last updated March 23, 2016
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