Parents, especially Black parents, have been increasingly drawn to private schools, secular and religious, for a better education for their children. This movement is fed by a widespread belief that the public school system is broken beyond repair. Dr. Lois Harrison-Jones, an associate clinical professor of Educational Administration at Howard University, and Imam Yesef Saleem, national director of the Muslim American Society School System, give their spin on what really works in education. (2514)
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