CNN (via Huffington Post) | June 1, 2011
The debate over segregation continues at one of the nation’s top schools after the principal received the following message: integrate or lose funding.
According to CNN , Connecticut’s Capital Preparatory Magnet School, which boasts a 100 percent graduation rate, was at risk of being closed if they failed to increase the number of white students in their school.
Founder and principal Dr. Steve Perry, a regular contributor to CNN on the topic of education and a strong voice in the field of education innovation, initially reacted with disbelief. (Read more)