Program Aimed at African-American Males Comes to Mission High School in S.F.

By Nailah Morgan, KQED News Fix

Launched by the Oakland Unified School District in 2010, the African American Male Achievement program wrapped up its first semester at Mission High School in San Francisco recently.

According to the school district website, the program’s stated goal is to “stop the epidemic failure of African American male students” and is designed to improve their academic and life outcomes. After several academic years in Oakland, the program expanded across the bay to San Francisco for the first time this fall.

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