Urban Collaborative Accelerated Program School founder dies

PROVIDENCE – Robert C. DeBlois, who founded Urban Collaborative Accelerated Program School to offer at-risk students an educational opportunity and help them avoid dropping out of school, died Jan. 31 at his Seekonk home at the age of 65, according to his obituary from Manning-Heffern Funeral Home. DeBlois established the Providence-based school in 1989, and…

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