By Claudia Rahman-Dujarric | New York Post
As a parent, the most important decision I’ve made is where my son should go to school. Looking around at the options in my neighborhood in the South Bronx, I panicked: The district schools in my zone were among the lowest-performing in the city.
Thousands of students, most of them black and Latino, have graduated from these schools for decades unable to read at grade level. I was determined that my son wouldn’t be one of them.