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Mission Statement

Schools of Hope is a program created in 1995 by the United Way as a community response to help reduce the gap in academic achievement between African-American, Latino, Southeast Asian students and their White counterparts. The Urban League of Greater Madison also works closely with the United Way to recruit and train tutors to work with students in area high schools.

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Major areas of focus for the program are Math and Literacy. Most tutors help students with subjects such as Algebra, Geometry, History, and English. Tutors meet one-to-one with students, at least 1 hour per week. Tutoring takes place at Memorial High School, Monday-Friday, either during the student's study hall or before and after school. These efforts will help ensure that ALL students are adequately prepared to complete all academic subjects at grade level, leading to successful graduation.

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