Colleges pledge $10m boost to 10 Boston schools

Colleges pledge $10m boost to 10 Boston schools - The Boston Globe: Five Boston-area universities said they will pump $10 million in funds and services into 10 of the city's underperforming public schools to improve test scores and increase the number of students going to college.

Boston College, Boston University, Harvard University, Northeastern University, and Tufts University will provide expertise and services to the schools, which are yet to be selected. The universities pledged to provide $5 million in funds and another $5 million in direct services. The colleges plan to meet to determine which schools would benefit the most.

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