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PBS NEWSHOUR

Training and Retaining Great Principals in Urban Schools

  • Aired: 08/29/2013
  • 10:50
  • Rating: NR
Urban schools often face great challenges, low test scores and high dropout rates. Eddie Aruzza of WTTW in Chicago reports on programs that train principals to improve learning despite the odds. Ray Suarez continues the conversation on the importance of principals in troubled schools with Will Miller of the Wallace Foundation.
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