October 11, 2016
By Wes Moore, Mary Wiltenburg & Aaron Henkin
In the 1990's, Cincinnati's schools were so bad that Ohio's Supreme Court deemed them unconstitutional and demanded a radical overhaul. The city answered the call with a remarkable innovation: They converted the schools into community learning centers, where healthcare, dental care and daycare could all happen in the building, right alongside academics. Wes looks at how community schools changed life in Cincinnati, and how Baltimore has begun to embrace the trend, as well.