“Rebuilding Communities: Education’s Central Role in Mobilizing Community Reform”
chronicles the challenges and victories the Syracuse community has overcome and
achieved as it worked with Say Yes, a national, nonprofit foundation that uses
education to revitalize once great urban communities.
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Say Yes To Education Is A National Foundation Committed To Increasing High School And College Graduation Rates For Our Nation's Inner-City Youth.
(SAY YES) Is A U.S. Non-Profit Organization That Seeks To Improve Inner-City Education. The Main Focus Of Say Yes Is To Increase High School And College Graduation Rates By Offering A Range Of Support Services To At-Risk, Economically Disadvantaged Youths And Families, And By Pledging Full Scholarships For A College Or Vocational Education To Children Living In Poverty.
Say Yes Is Organized Around Local Chapters And Operates In The Northeastern U.S. The Organization Also Partners With Other Groups To Provide Services To Disadvantaged Students And Their Families.