Inquirer: City school getting $1M

Roxborough High School will receive $1.1 million to continue its transformation, a city nonprofit is to announce Monday.

The money is coming from the Philadelphia School Partnership, which has amassed $75 million to give away to charter, private, and traditional public schools and aims to raise more.

The grant – which will allow Roxborough to continue its shift to a career and technical education model – represents PSP’s first grant to a Philadelphia School District comprehensive high school, widely viewed as the toughest type of school to reform, given its mandate to take all students, regardless of needs.

Read more in the Inquirer.

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