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Via: News41.com

Durham educators were in school at Hillside High School on Tuesday, learning from researchers and experts from across the nation about ways to raise academic achievement for black males. The two-day summer institute is the start of a five-year initiative funded by a $1.25 million grant from the National Education Association Foundation. The initiative also includes a partnership with neighboring universities like UNC Chapel Hill and North Carolina Central University, as well as and local business and community leaders.

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