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US News interviews author Alec Klein about what lessons there might be from super-selective schools like New York City's Stuyvesant High School, which admits just 3 percent of the kids who take the entrance exam (Lessons From a Select High School
). He says parents, many of them poor immigrants, are remarkably involved in the school, and that the school makes itself a home away from home for the students.