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Jeffrey Toobin Joins Gateway Public Schools for the 2013 Matters of the Mind Luncheon
Date:8/16/2013

Simpson trial, and won an Emmy for his work.

About Gateway: Gateway Public Schools’ mission is to prepare a broad range of learners for success in college and beyond. As a model, public charter school system, GPS is committed to serving a student body that reflects the diversity of San Francisco including a special emphasis on students with diagnosed learning disabilities, and helping each and every one of our students get into college and thrive. GPS believes that all students are capable of learning at high levels when schools pair high expectations and a school-wide understanding that students learn differently. Gateway combines a rigorous academic program with an approach where the individual talents, strengths, and needs of learners are identified and supported.

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