Rural and small schools in California participated in the College Board’s Rural and Small School Official
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Higher education opportunities are often limited or non-existent for refugees around the world. The lives of future generations are lost in the process of fighting to survive in the host countries. Taking this matter into their hands, over 20 organizations and programs have put their efforts together to create the Connected Learning in Crisis Consortium (CLCC), whose goal is to expand higher education opportunities for refugees.
PHOTO: Hall-Dale High School’s award ceremony. From left to right: Jerry White, National Rural Education Association; Mark Tinkham, Principal of Hall-Dale High School; Pat Doyle, College Board.