03/27/2013 (press release: Gary) // Boston, MA, USA // Gary Kaplan
Congratulations to the Brighton High Bengals– MIAA Division 2 state champions in boys’ basketball. This is the first state title in the school’s 171-year history. JFYNetWorks is proud to partner with Brighton High to win another championship—in college readiness. JFY’s Accuplacer Readiness program has just started. Brighton High seniors will be prepared to pass the Accuplacer college placement tests and enroll in credit-bearing courses instead of non-credit remedials. We see another Bengal championship on the horizon.
JFYNet College Readiness is a program of individualized assessment and instruction designed to help students pass the College Board ACCUPLACER tests and enter college at the credit-earning level without having to take non-credit developmental courses. JFYNet works with 30 schools in four states.
JFYNetWorks is a Boston-based non-profit innovator in education and workforce development. The JFYNet blended learning programs are conducted in schools, community agencies and community colleges. JFY’s mission is to build the capacity of America’s schools to use digital resources to provide the level of skills students need in order to reach their full potential as lifelong learners, productive workers, and engaged citizens.
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