1/12/2009

Educators at Truesdell Educational Center, a struggling Washington, D.C., public school, have mirrored many successful reforms in neighboring school districts, including teacher collaboration and more one-on-one attention for the neediest students. The school, which has a high percentage of students living in poverty, also provides Saturday classes for disruptive students and makes unannounced home visits to discuss students' progress with their parents.

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