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Roughly Speaking episode 412:
In the last of a five-part series of conversations with accomplished Baltimore principals, Dan speaks with Marc Martin about turning around a failing school with falling enrollment. Eight years ago, Martin took over Commodore Rodgers, replaced most of the staff, enrolled his own children and generally raised expectations. His approach has guided the school on an impressive turnaround in academic performance and enrollment, and Martin now mentors leaders of other troubled city schools.
In the series:
- Part One, Episode 408: Matthew Hornbeck, Hampstead Hill Academy
- Part Two, Episode 409: Kimberly Hill-Miller, Lockerman Bundy Elementary School
- Part Three, Episode 410: Emily Hunter, Arlington Elementary-Middle School
- Part Four, Episode 411: Cindy Harcum, Baltimore City College High School
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