Monday, March 30, 2015

Ansonia teacher seeks to make college a reality for low-income kids

By Jean Falbo-Sosnovich
Register Correspondent
ANSONIA >> Pursuing a college education can remain a pipe dream for many low-income, urban youth, but an eight-grade teacher at Ansonia Middle School is on a mission to make those dreams a reality.
Jessica Gomez-Bedosky recently launched a nonprofit organization called College Access for All Kids Inc.
Bedosky, who teaches eighth-grade, created the program with her husband, John, and together the two hope to mentor and inspire students to follow their dreams.

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