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Hispanic Outlook on Education

Solution to summer slide is as clear as a "BELL"

Hispanic Outlook on Education recently sat down with BELL CEO Lauren Sanchez Gilbert to talk about the BELL Summer program, including scholar & community impact, & plans for the future! Providence Mayor Jorge Elorza, and Providence BELL Scholars Mia Estrella Gomez and Máximo Estrella Gomez III, joined the conversation to talk about the significant impact the BELL Summer had on them, and their community. 

Read more of the interview at http://ow.ly/OAwq30jqd78

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