Over six months, the Raleigh News & Observer interviewed almost 100 parents, teachers and education leaders about the relationships between black parents and the public schools. It also looked at test scores and suvey data the measure links among achievement, parental attitudes and the ways parents govern their children's time outside the classroom. These articles report its findings.
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