What do we do with failing schools? Christina Kishimoto grapples with that question everyday. She’s the director of school “re-design” in Hartford, Connecticut. Brought on board to turn this troubled school district around, she’s overhauled four of the city’s lowest performing schools. She talked about her job with reporter, John Tulenko.
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