Oakland aims to lift students who are young, male and black
By Jill Tucker – SF Gate – December 2, 2015
Oakland was alone in 2010 when it created a race-based program in its schools focusing solely on African American males. It was a controversial idea — an abandonment of a color-blind classroom to improve the lives of black boys.
Yet five years later, the East Bay city is leading the nation in the growing movement to address inequities and improve the lives of African American males.
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