Three low-achieving Boston public schools will receive extra money, resources and support through a new partnership with a Boston education nonprofit. EdVestors, which has played a critical role in the city’s expansion of the arts in schools and Algebra in the eighth grade, estimates its partnership with the three schools will collectively carry a value of $3 million over three years.
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