Future of Learning : Apprenticeships in middle school

By Javeria Salman 
us2.campaign-archive.com
5 min



Once a week during his last period, Tejani Francis walks out the front gates of his middle school and takes the subway to downtown Boston, where he heads to the imposing white building at the center of City Hall Plaza.

Tejani, 13, is an apprentice for Julia Mejia, one of Boston’s city councilors. The eighth grader has a desk in Mejia’s office where he works for two hours after school, learning about the city council and Mejia’s different committee responsibilities, which include serving as chair of the education committee.

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