College juniors teach courses through summer program

College juniors interested in pursuing education are getting the experience of a lifetime through the Uncommon Schools Summer Teaching Program.

College juniors interested in pursuing education are getting the experience of a lifetime through the Uncommon Schools Summer Teaching Program. (7/7/16)

BEDFORD-STUYVESANT - School may be out of session but some students and their teachers are still expanding their knowledge this summer.

College juniors interested in pursuing education are getting the experience of a lifetime through the Uncommon Schools Summer Teaching Program.

The summer program pushes the juniors in the program to be more than just teachers, and be role models for their students as well.

The 60 juniors teaching in Brooklyn are more than any of the program's other locations.

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