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Sheela Clary
Greenagers executive director Will Conklin in the barn at the organization's April Hill headquarters in South Egremont.

‘Everything was pointing in this direction’: Pathways to the Trades is putting students to work

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Participants will spend two to four afternoons per week working hands-on in the work world, on construction sites and working farms, earning both class credit and stipends, and learning skills in virtual and physical 'makerspaces.' Read More

REVIEW: How do you define success?

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REVIEW: How do you define success?

- For the most part high-achieving, low-income students do not apply to highly selective colleges. Many under-reachers live outside of cities, are white, and attend smaller high schools. I have seen this phenomenon play out at Great Barrington’s Monument Mountain High School. Honors track low income students are more likely to apply to schools less selective than their grades and scores would recommend. Read More