Smaller is better for some, others have issues

02/26/2007 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

High schools across the U.S. have spent about $700 million in federal money to create the "school-within-a-school" model, and students say the small-school model caters to their needs and wishes. One success is a 2002 Chicago performing arts grad who now stars on Broadway, but some students don't succeed; half the students who started at one Chicago-based school did not conclude the program.

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