A Nashville School Has New Tools To Turn Itself Around — Now It Needs White Students To Attend
Warner Elementary School in Nashville is predominately Black. But a recent infusion of cash and a principal with a vision have propelled the school forward. What it needs now is for white families to send their children there.
Meribah Knight of WPLN reports.
This story was excerpted from the WPLN podcast “The Promise.” Season two of the series looks at public education and race.
This article was originally published on WBUR.org.
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