Catholic School Makes Work Mandatory Students at a Massachusetts Catholic school spend one day a week working in the real world. That school is part of the Cristo Rey Network that enables students to earn money toward their parochial school tuition while providing them with career experience. Schools claim the program increases kids' chances of staying in school and going on to college.
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Catholic School Makes Work Mandatory

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Students at a Massachusetts Catholic school spend one day a week working in the real world. That school is part of the Cristo Rey Network that enables students to earn money toward their parochial school tuition while providing them with career experience. Schools claim the program increases kids' chances of staying in school and going on to college.

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