Transforming School Experience for African-American Boys

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In Oakland, Calif., some schools are working to better help African-American boys graduate from high school and improve their social and academic outcomes. Special Correspondent Joshua Johnson of KQED reports on the push to change the way these students think about school by offering them more support.

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