Learning From Success: A North Carolina High School Builds Culture of Excellence

Publication date: May 18, 2011

What should we do when we find an integrated school, where high percentages of white students and black and Latino students meet or exceed state standards and where a slightly higher percentage of black students graduate in four years than white students?

We should honor it — which is why Jack Britt High School received a 2010 Dispelling The Myth award from The Education Trust. This award goes to schools whose results challenge the notion that schools can’t teach all students to high levels.

But, I would argue that we should also learn from it.

Read the full article on The Huffington Post Education.

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