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Dr. Tiffany Gueye To Step Down After 18 Years With The Organization, Dr. Lauren Gilbert Named Next CEO

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Norman Black The Hatcher Group 301-656-0348 DR. LAUREN GILBERT NAMED NEXT CEO OF BELL Dr. Tiffany Gueye To Step Down Next Year After 18 Years With The Organization BOSTON, Sept. 19, 2016 - Dr. Lauren Gilbert, the president and chief strategy officer of BELL (Building...
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WTOP: MCPS Attacks Achievement Gap with Summer Program

By Kate Ryan | @KateRyanWTOP July 20, 2016 5:55 pm Students in class at Weller Road Elementary School are analyzing word problems, making comparisons and collaborating. (WTOP/Kate Ryan) SILVER SPRING, Md. – No one's squirming in Mr. Mackall's third grade class at Weller Road Elementary school in...
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Your4State: Montgomery County Joins BELL Program

Montgomery County Joins BELL Program It helps students close the summer learning gap By Kylie Khan | kkhan@whag.com Published 07/20 2016 07:36PM Montgomery County Joins BELL Program It helps students close the summer learning gap By Kylie Khan | kkhan@whag.com Published 07/20 2016 07:36PM MONTGOMERY...
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Fox Carolina: Upstate School Teaches Science and Leadership Over Summer

Posted: Jul 15, 2016 12:15 AM EDT By Sierra Hancock Students at Tanglewood Middle School are learning about science and leadership throughout the summer. (7/14/2016)
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Montgomery Community Media: Local Leaders Celebrate the Launch of the BELL Program

JULY 25, 2016 | BY SONYA BURKE Montgomery County officials are celebrating the launch of the Building Educated Leaders for Life (BELL) program this summer. The program will serve one thousand students a year for four years. Councilmember Nancy Navarro said this innovative program approaches the...
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Montgomery County Public Schools: New Program for Elementary Students Designed to Help Close Achievement Gap

Home → Story Archive → Story On July 20, MCPS and county government officials gathered at Weller Road ES to celebrate the successful launch of the Building Educated Leaders for Life (BELL) program. BELL is a five-week summer program for second and third grade students that is designed to help close...
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The Mercury News: From Coding to Slack-Lining: Cool Bay Area Camps Aim to Stop Summer Slide

By Sharon Noguchi, snoguchi@bayareanewsgroup.com POSTED: 07/21/2016 04:54:20 AM PDT Jewelry making, film appreciation, hiking, slacklining, graphic-novel design, coding, dodgeball - the electives list for Aim High reads like a cool summer camp, but this program is right in the students' own East...
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The Washington Post: Are Summer 'Camps' the Next Frontier in Helping Disadvantaged Students Catch Up?

Education Rising fourth-grader Camila Lora, 8, center, throws her arms in the air during a dance class. On the right is Yenifer Argueta, 9. Montgomery County has a new summer program that aims to helping narrow the county's persistent achievement gap. (Sarah L. Voisin/The Washington Post) By Donna...
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WJLA: Nonprofit Summer Enrichment Program Helps Close Achievement Gap in Md.

BY KELLYE LYNN/ABC7 | WEDNESDAY, JULY 20TH 2016 Nonprofit summer enrichment program helps close achievement gap in Md. (ABC7) | View photo gallery SILVER SPRING, Md. (ABC7) - School is in session at Cresthaven Elementary in Silver Spring, Md., even though it's July. "I'm here because I want to get...