Tackling the Achievement Gap at Reynoldsburg High

In the second of two reports on the black-white achievement gap in education, NPR's Claudio Sanchez visits Ohio's Reynoldsburg High School. The school's special academic culture has helped make the difference in black and white achievement negligible.

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