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The Passing Of A “Failing” School : Code Switch : NPR

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When a school shuts down, students lose more than a place of learning; they lose friends, mentors and a community. This is an experience that disproportionately affects black students in the U.S. Shereen Marisol Meraji looks at what it’s like when a predominantly black suburb outside Pittsburgh loses its only public high school.

Wilkinsburg High School’s class of 2016, its last graduating class after over a century in operation.

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Wilkinsburg High School’s class of 2016, its last graduating class after over a century in operation.

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