Many educational institutions aspire to racial diversity. But that's not quite the aim of the newest charter school in Nashville. KIPP Nashville College Prep Elementary is embracing what is a reality for many urban schools: the students are primarily African-American. And it's flipping that cultural isolation into a positive.
This segment aired on December 20, 2017.
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