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Los Angeles School Struggles to Leave Violence Behind

A year after riots broke out between black and Latino students at Thomas Jefferson High School, the Los Angeles Unified School District has its sights set on improving the quality of education at the troubled school. This National Public Radio report looks at the district's plans to turn the crowded South Central campus into small learning communities.

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