Beyond the Bake Sale, III With tax revenues waning, many public schools are looking for new sources of money. In the final part of Beyond the Bake Sale a Morning Edition series, NPR's Emily Harris reports on a charter school in Washington, D.C., funded in part by the Marriott Foundation. The school aims to encourage high school students to take up careers in the hotel or restaurant business.

Beyond the Bake Sale, III

Marriott's Hospitality High School

Beyond the Bake Sale, III

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With tax revenues waning, many public schools are looking for new sources of money. In the final part of Beyond the Bake Sale a Morning Edition series, NPR's Emily Harris reports on a charter school in Washington, D.C., funded in part by the Marriott Foundation. The school aims to encourage high school students to take up careers in the hotel or restaurant business.

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