with Mark Culliton on Providing College Opportunity to High School Dropouts
Posted Jan 26, 2018
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College Bound Dorchester gives a second chance to high school dropouts by providing a bridge to college and the resources needed to succeed. Mark Culliton, joins Jenny Johnson to discuss this transformative program changing lives through education.
Hosted by: Jenny JohnsonProduced by: Greater Boston Newsmakers Team
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