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BELL Foundation Info

BELL is a community-based, non-profit organization founded by Black Harvard Law School students in 1992, and is designed to increase the educational opportunities and achievements of children living in low-income communities. BELL serves underperforming elementary school children, grades K-6, in Boston, New York City, Washington, D.C., and Prince George's and Montgomery counties in Maryland.

We believe that all children can learn. We believe in the innate genius of all children and in the tremendous potential within the community; and we have therefore devoted our professional lives and all of our organizational resources to nurture the minds of Black and Latino children.

BELL Foundation is a private organization
Enrollment: 350
No. of Schools: 3

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