Making the News: The Four Schools Project, Part. 1

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The Four Schools Project is a focused effort of The Spartanburg Academic Movement, working in deep collaboration with our public schools and community organizations, to get to the heart of the specific barriers that poverty produces, inhibiting long term skill development and improvement for children. This is a long-term, multi-year effort. The efforts are being highlighted in The Spartanburg Herald Journal.  We enourage you to follow these stories as they unfold. 

http://www.goupstate.com/news/20180224/early-childhood-education-critical-for-students-in-poverty

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http://www.goupstate.com/news/20180224/kenesha-hardy-works-to-inspire-mary-h-wright-elementary-third-graders

http://www.goupstate.com/news/20180224/inspired-by-her-parents-8-year-old-hopes-to-follow-her-fathers-path