Memphis schools strive to bridge suburb-city divide

11/23/2005 | NYTimes.com

St. George's Independent, located outside of Memphis, Tenn., runs a city-based elementary school that mirrors its suburban counterpart and has yielded good results both culturally and scholastically. The program came about from donors who were concerned about the racial divide between Memphis and its suburbs, and students from both schools go through their elementary schooling with close contact to one another before the first class integrates in 2009.

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