First Opportunity Culture Implementation Site Announced

by | May 9, 2012

May 10, 2012 – Public Impact, a national education organization, announces its selection of the first implementation site in its initiative to extend the reach of excellent teachers and build an Opportunity Culture for teachers and students: Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools’ Project L.I.F.T.  Read the full news release here.



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