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teenagers go to school. Harrison is where you will find an abundance of fast food workers. About 60 percent of the students come from lowincome families. In a town with a relatively low minority population, only 40 percent of the students at Harrison are white. The school
occupies a clean, modern building on the south side of town, right next to 1–25. From some of the classroom windows, you can see the cars
zooming past. On the other side of the interstate, a new multiplex theater with twenty-four screens beckons students to cut class.
Teachers often don’t want to teach at Harrison, and some don’t last there for long. Jane Trogdon has worked at the school since the day it
opened in 1967. Over the past three decades, Trogdon has observed tremendous changes in the student body. Harrison was always the school
on the wrong side of the tracks, but the kids today seem poorer than ever. It used to be, even in many low-income families, that the father
worked and the mother stayed home to raise the children....
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This note was uploaded on 02/25/2014 for the course MGMT 120 taught by Professor Litt during the Spring '08 term at UCLA.
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