Podcasts from JFYNetWorks
JFYNetWorks addresses today’s college readiness pursuit by providing focused blended learning programs in high school to help students build the academic skills they need to enter college or technical training earning academic credit. The JFYNetWorks blended program model — infusing specialized online content into the regular curriculum — also facilitates scalability, as the low cost of the online platform can easily be expanded to entire schools. Listen to our podcasts to learn more.
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Gains in MCAS for East Boston High and Northeast Metro Tech
Bucking the downward trend
OCTOBER 2022 PODCAST – This month’s podcast celebrates the MCAS results of two JFYNetWorks Partner schools: East Boston High School, an open enrollment Boston Public School, and Northeast Metro Tech, located in Wakefield and serving students from 11 surrounding communities. We feature JFY’s own Cathie Maglio and Joan Reissman as they discuss how both schools posted substantial gains in ELA and in math compared to state averages.
More with Cathie and Joan can be found here.
JFY Sits down With Hubie Jones Part II
A leader in the formation of countless community organizationsSEPTEMBER 2022 PODCAST – This month, JFYNetWorks continues our conversation with Hubie Jones. Hubie has not only witnessed Boston history for 67 years– he has also shaped and defined the civic and social landscape. He has been a leader in the formation of at least thirty community organizations in neighborhoods across the city, most recently Higher Ground and the Boston Children’s Chorus.
More with Hubie Jones found here.
Highlight Podcast Part 2 – Focus On Boston History
With Hubie Jones, Otis Gates, and Mossik Hacobian
AUGUST 2022 PODCAST – This month’s podcast is the second installment of highlights from the past year, focusing on Boston history. Today you’ll hear excerpts from our conversations with civil rights leader Hubie Jones and his re-creation of a citywide daylong strike in Boston; Higher Ground Executive Director Mossik Hacobian and his collaborative strategy for bringing vital social services to families in need; and JFY Board of Directors Chairman Otis Gates and his 4-decade reflections on how JFY has been woven into the historic fabric of Boston. We also feature a preview of our September podcast.
More highlights can be found here.