New York's "P" Schools Struggle to Help Students Many school districts have special programs to help young mothers graduate from high school. New York City offers daycare in many high schools, as well as four "P" schools -- for pregnant and parenting teens. The program hasn't lived up to its promise, and the city is now trying to turn them around. Hear Beth Fertig of member station WNYC.

New York's "P" Schools Struggle to Help Students

New York's "P" Schools Struggle to Help Students

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Many school districts have special programs to help young mothers graduate from high school. New York City offers daycare in many high schools, as well as four "P" schools — for pregnant and parenting teens. The program hasn't lived up to its promise, and the city is now trying to turn them around. Hear Beth Fertig of member station WNYC.