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Resource ID: #14541
Subject: Education
Source: Bee (Sacramento, Calif.)
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Date: September 21-24, 1997

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Day 1: High-poverty schools, so called Title I schools, constitute the bottom of a two-tiered educational system. Day 2: It is in the classrooms that the pitfalls of America's Title I program, now more than 30 years and $100 billion in the making, are most apparent. Day 3: Poor schools must contend with the fallout of problematic home lives. Day 4: Over the course of a few years, El Paso's three school districts, all predominantly Latino and low-income, have transformed themselves into some of the best in Texas.

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