San Francisco Dream Schools help struggling children aim high

08/30/2004 | San Francisco Chronicle

At San Francisco superintendent Arlene Ackerman's three new Dream Schools, parents must sign contracts agreeing to be involved in their children's education. Some school board members worry that the students who need the schools' rigorous academic programs the most won't be able to attend, because jailed or drug-abusing parents will be unable to sign the agreements.

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