Successful charter school sets disadvantaged students on college track

12/18/2003 | NYTimes.com

At Boston's tiny Codman Academy, students are reading Shakespeare, visiting private college campuses and playing tennis in hopes of getting into a top college. Founder Meg Campbell structured the curriculum of the charter school, where 100% of the sophomore class last year met state language arts standards, around Outward Bound's principles.

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