Would the Candidates' Plans Fix St. Louis Schools?

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It's been nearly a year since a judge stripped St. Louis' school district of its accreditation, citing poor grades, low graduation rates and financial problems. We examine how the presidential candidates' plans might address the ills of the St. Louis Public School District.



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