Investment Philanthropy Can Help Close Achievement, Opportunity Gaps

In a Viewpoint for the Boston Business Journal, co-CEO Ross Dowd and Thompson Island board chair Bill Elcock discuss what makes our partnership unique and how we can work together to close the vast opportunity and achievement gaps our city’s students face.

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