December 23rd, 2010

LISTEN: Large Schools Going Small

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This podcast is a companion piece to our reporting for PBS NewsHour on small school initiatives in New York City; the PBS report is embedded above.

What makes a good school? Reporter John Tulenko talks with two young teachers who started in large, under-performing high schools and now teach at Williamsburg Prep - a small high school that graduates 88% of its students on time. Surprisingly, they say that it’s not just the size of a school that matters.


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