High schools in crisis hope for turnaround by takeovers

Organizations with track records of turning around underperforming schools are taking on the daunting task of reworking three of the most troubled high schools in Washington. Friends of Bedford has taken control of two high schools, while Friendship Public Charter Schools will run one. Challenges at the schools include poor academic performance, violence and a lack of discipline.

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