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PBS NEWSHOUR

Detroit Tackles Dropout Crisis By Engaging Students, Parents

  • Aired: 11/25/2011
  • 08:52
  • Rating: E
Education Secretary Arne Duncan has called Detroit, where four out of 10 children don't graduate from high school, "arguably, the worst school district in the country." Hari Sreenivasan and Detroit Public Television report on how the city's public schools are tackling poor graduation rates.
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