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(Studio and Chicago: Dan Harris) A look at the stunning achievement gap in education between white and minority students examined; National Center for Educational Statistics statistics cited; scenes shown from a Chicago school where exceptional teachers in poor minority schools are getting bonuses for good work. [Teacher Veronica GRIFFIN - reacts to getting a bonus; explains why teachers leave and why these students are hard to teach] [Westcott School teacher Leah COFFEY- comments on the mentoring program.] [Grandmother Irene WILLIAMS- worries about the kids.]
- Harris, Dan
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