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.
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