The can-do culture

10th August 2001 at 01:00
(Photograph) - Aeron Hall takes it easy during a Shakespeare workshop at Black Boys Can, a summer school held at a Birmingham church. The programme is likely to lead to regular Saturday classes which aim to raise achievement among black inner-city boys. Students were motivated to study when they learned how much flash cars cost.

Page 5. Photograph by MIKE SIMMONDSNEWS TEAM.

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