Carolyn Webber Alder, Park Record

Advanced Placement courses and exams can be hard to pass, even more so when you are taking it in your second language.

Melanie Moffat, an English language learner teacher at Park City High School, saw the number of Latino students not taking AP classes and decided to do something about it. Last year, she created the Dream Big program.

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Anna Williams, an English teacher at Park City High School,
teaches students about reading skills that will help prepare them for
Advanced Placement Language next school year. The summer program
Dream Big is for first-generation students who are interested in taking AP classes

(Photo by Carolyn Webber Alder/Park Record)


Note: PCEF donors support the Dream Big program.



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