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Weekly News Roundup

January 4, 2010 – January 10, 2010

County gives Los Angeles International Charter High School a second chance
Mitchell Landsberg, LA Times, January 10, 2010

Closing the Gap: Hamden seeks to boost minority test scores
Ann DeMatteo, New Haven Register, January 10, 2010

Gainesville group’s awards honor King’s legacy
Dante Lima, The Gainesville Sun, January 9, 2010

High school graduation rates rise in D.C.
Bill Turque, Washington Post Staff Writer, January 9, 2010

Big Brothers Big Sisters & African American Fraternities Enter Mentoring Month with Action Plan to Help Black
Boys Succeed, PR Newswire, WKBT Philidelphia, January 8, 2010

The Identity Thing
Christine M. Flowers, Philadelphia Daily News, January 8, 2010

Christian Author Shares Journey from Poverty and Pain to Prosperity to Encourage Inner-City Youth to ‘Dream Big’
Jordan Media Group, Christian Newswire, January 7, 2010

Q&A with Morgan Park Academy’s Jerricka Boone
Chris Murphy, Chicago Sun Times, January 7, 2010

MLK Day to focus on Girard College
Vernon Clark, The Philadelphia Inquirer, January 7, 2010

Michigan’s black/white male education gap is worst in nation
Joe Serwach, University of Michigan News Service, January 6, 2010

At Admission Possible, she’s a coach but also a role model
Elizabeth Sias, Pioneer Press, January 6, 2010

South: First U.S. region with majority low income and minority students
Maureen Downey, Atlanta Journal Constitution, January 6, 2010

Law School Admissions Lag Among Minorities
Tamar Lewin, New York Times, January 6, 2010

Letters: Police officer: It was 20/20 justice
Signe Wilkinson, Philadelphia Daily News, January 5, 2010

Four Blair High graduates team up to succeed at college
Seema Mehta, LA Times, January 4, 2010