NJ MED’s Approach to Increasing Grad Rates

Albert N. Mitchell II joins the Education Town Hall, Thursday 10/9, to discuss his program, NJ MED: Minority Educational Development. Mitchell describes NJ MED as “the nation’s first evidence-base at-risk minority male drop-out prevention model.” To learn how his program raised high school graduation rates and college enrollment, TuneIn Thursday at 11 a.m. EDT.

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