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Emily Wilson. "A Charter School's Unconventional Success". NPR, Day to Day. August 23, 2006 - Five years ago, the American Indian Charter High School in Oakland, Calif. was about to be closed down because of poor attendance and rock-bottom academic scores

But then Ben Chavis joined the school as principal -- bringing his controversial political philosophy and unconventional curriculum with him -- and now the school has the highest academic scores in the city and a nearly 100 percent attendance rate.

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