PBS NewsHour

How this Baltimore charter school puts students to work

Clip: 10/29/2019 | 7m 20s Video has closed captioning.

Baltimore has long struggled with poverty, crime, high unemployment and a low public high school graduation rate -- around 70 percent. But one charter school for sixth through twelfth graders is bucking that trend, graduating 95 percent of seniors and sending them on to colleges or careers. Special correspondent Hari Sreenivasan reports on the unconventional curriculum of the Green Street Academy.

Aired: 10/29/19

Rating: NR

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