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Duplicating Chicago's Urban Prep

The stunning success of Chicago's Urban Prep, the all-boys charter school, says two things: There's hope out there for urban black boys and we may have found the most effective model for single-sex education. Oh, there's a third thing: The campaign by feminists to curb single-sex education won't gain traction. Try to imagine Arne Duncan shutting down Urban Prep.

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