Failing Michigan School Hopes in Young Principal

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At a struggling school in Benton Harbor, Mich., all eyes are on a young, new principal who has brought discipline and excitement about learning. Michigan is one of several states with schools that have failed to meet its No Child Left Behind goals for at least five consecutive years.

Sarah Hulett reports from Michigan Radio

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