Starting fresh may be one way to cure a school's ills

06/22/2008 | National Public Radio (text and audio)

After closing for one year and embarking on a gradual reopening starting in 2007, Denver's Manual High School has developed a highly personal approach that seems to be helping students. The school still struggles with its reputation that fell into tatters after mandated busing ended in 1995.

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