By the time they reach 6th grade, children born into poverty have likely spent 6,000 fewer hours learning than middle class children.
(The After-School Corporation, 2013)
By 6th grade, children born into povery are likely to experience 3,060 fewer hours of after-school & extracurricular activities than middle class peers
(The After-School Corporation, 2013)
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Today is the last day to order #BostonMoves gear! All proceeds benefit Boston Scores and will help Boston Public School students join a Scores soccer team at their school. Check out a variety of styles and sizes here: 🔗 BostonScores photo

We're excited to share that the @NERevolution has selected us as the beneficiary for the @MLS Every Save Makes a Difference program! For every save made by the #NERevs goalkeeper during the #MLSisBack Tournament, $500 will be donated to help #Boston students succeed! BostonScores photo

Reasons to support #BostonMoves? Plenty! Join the campaign now and help #Boston students succeed in school BostonScores photo

Join our summer program! 🌞🌞
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Summer learning programs begin next Monday, July 6 and most run through Aug. 7! @BostonSchools is providing a variety of enriching remote summer learning opportunities for students at all grade levels.

Visit or call the Family Helpline: 617-635-8873. ☀️

Reasons to support the Boston Scores Fund through #BostonMoves? This ⬇️

Sign up now at or make a direct contribution to your favorite team here All donations will support Boston students!
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In addition to soccer gear and equipment, @goodsportsinc just donated 700 face masks to the @soccerwoborders and Boston Scores community. Thank you so much on behalf of the students and families we serve! #gratitude #facemasks #community BostonScores photo
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