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The Blueprint Fellows Program is a year-long full-time academic tutoring program in urban schools across the country. The Program is part of a larger school reform effort designed to accelerate achievement in high need schools.
The Program is designed to expose students to the academic areas where they are struggling most. Fellows instruct students daily in small groups in addition to their traditional math and literacy classes.
Currently, Fellows work with a number of grade levels in elementary, middle, and high schools across Blueprint’s partner schools. Partner schools are currently located in Houston, Texas, Denver, Colorado, and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. In Houston, Blueprint is partnering with the Houston Independent School District (HISD) on what is called the Apollo 20 program. In Denver, Blueprint is partnering with Denver Public Schools (DPS) on the Denver Fellows Programin both turnaround and traditional schools. In 2013-14, Blueprint is launching a partnership with schools in Eastern Massachusetts.
As a Blueprint Fellow, you will have the opportunity to play a key role in this bold initiative to improve our nation’s schools. Your commitment to the program will be a vital in transforming public education, and has the potential to significantly alter the world of education reform.
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