D.C. Is Putting Dollars and Faith Into Volunteer Reading Programs. Can They Close the Achievement Gap?

Thursday, April 28, 2016

Billy Cerullo stands at the front of the classroom at Drew Elementary in Ward 7 one chilly morning in January. The fresh-faced 23-year-old wears his work uniform—a blue polo with a red, black, and blue AmeriCorps insignia patch—and writes helpful tips for his team of volunteers-in-training on the blackboard behind him.

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