Disadvantaged students make up the fastest growing segment of American children today — and a robust workforce and a skilled economy will depend on their academic success. California is doing things differently — a bold experiment to bring America’s largest public school system back from the brink. Is it working?
Cory Turner Senior Editor with NPR's Education Team
Susan Ferriss Reporter for The Center for Public Integrity
Linda Darling-Hammond President of the Learning Policy Institute and Professor of Education Emeritus at Stanford University
Paul Peterson Professor of Government and Director of the Program on Education Policy and Governance at Harvard University; he's also Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution
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