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Some 3,680,537 children were born in the United States in 1982. Now entering the 3rd grade, they are the class of 2000--the class that, according to the President and the governors, will graduate from high school "number-one in the world" for science and mathematics achievement.
In this time of desperately troubled schools, now comes the school district of Milwaukee with its contribution to school reform: the separate school for black male students.
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