Crisis in the Classroom
Ten years ago, the first crack babies were born. Today, educators are struggling to ensure these students get the extra help they need to succeed.
Thursday, August 18, 1994
A six-year-old boy sits in a classroom, one among 30 first-graders working awkwardly with a pencil to perfect the letters of the alphabet. But he isn't laboring at his paper. He is holding his pencil in a tight fist, staring out the window at the children on the playground.
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