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When Seth Andrew, a founder of Democracy Prep, set up his charter middle school in 2006, it occupied the same building as a traditional public middle school that opened the same year. “We both opened with sixth grade and about 100 kids, though we had more special-ed children and English language learners,” he says. “After two years in the same building with the same kids on the same floor, this school was the lowest-performing school in Harlem, and we were the highest-performing school in Harlem.

More on the performance of Harlem’s Charter Schools.

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