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Classroom Experiment 

After ambitious reforms, the Hill District's "university preparation" program wrestles with lofty expectations

When Pittsburgh's Milliones 6-12 school building opened in 2008, classrooms were named after prominent universities, and the halls were hung with college banners from schools like Notre Dame, Howard, Temple and Duke. The decor reflected the Hill District school's status as a…

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