Program Maps Alternative Routes to High School Diplomas

SUNY Oswego students Harry Kandaras ’16 (standing) and Justin D’Antonio ’16 M’18 (second from left) work with high school sophomores Zachary Cronk (left) and Brandon Dobbs in an alternative learning initiative in Wilber Hall. The CARE—Credit Accrual and Recovery for Everyone—program hosts 11 students in grades 9 to 12 who work one-on-one with a Center for Instruction, Technology and Information (CiTi) BOCES teacher, School of Education faculty members and students from around campus. The goal is to help boost struggling, disengaged Oswego County high school students who are off track to graduate, earn a diploma.

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