New York City has invested millions to help turn around failing schools. Will it payoff?
With the national college-graduation rate for black students half that of whites, this school is changing the rules of the game—and beating the odds.
The students who come in academically unprepared and need the most help are often faced with the least-qualified instructors.
An increasing emphasis on SAT scores is making it harder for black and Latino students to go to CUNY's top five schools.