But six years after its inception, test scores remain stagnant or have declined. But educators say that hardly makes the school a failure. In the meantime, the number of poor, minorities and at-risk students have doubled in the past decade. That scores have dropped only slightly is a testament to the innovative program.
You can read the full story in the Daily Herald's edition from Sunday, December 8, 2013, or online at dailyherald.com.