Birmingham hopes exchanges will boost minority students' learning

After black teens showed more academic focus following a visit to Jamaican schools, Birmingham, England, officials plan to send underachieving students from India, Pakistan and Bangladesh to their native countries to study their culture and boost their self-esteem. Critics argue that the expensive exchanges don't address the main causes of low minority achievement: racism and low teacher expectations.

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