Opinion: Teachers are doing what some call impossible

Educators all over the country are succeeding in what some say is impossible -- teaching poor and minority children to the highest levels of achievement -- although most receive little attention. "Kids will meet the standards you expect of them," says Trennis Harvey, assistant principal of a high-poverty Atlanta school where every fifth grader met state reading and math standards last year.

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