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Three for the city | Globe Editorial

Gateway to a better future

March 17, 2007

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ONE PRODUCT of New York City that rival Bostonians should be quick to embrace is the Gateway program, which prepares low-income and minority students for high-level careers in medicine, science, and engineering. In Boston, school officials are expected to announce Monday that the program will be ready come fall for 50 ninth-graders at the John D. O'Bryant School of Mathematics ... (Full article: 935 words)

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