From Sacramento, a New Charter School for Harlem
Wednesday, August 27, 2008
New York, NY —
New York City has 18 new charter schools, each with a distinct personality. But only one has a story that spans almost 3,000 miles, from Sacramento, Calif., to 134th Street in Harlem. This charter school's story includes sports, politics, the historic Boys Choir of Harlem, even a federal investigation and a controversial figure behind it - former NBA star Kevin Johnson. The school opened last week, and Ben Adler of NPR station KXJZ in Sacramento came out to file this report.Watch the slideshow For more info.
Learn More about St. HOPE: http://www.sthope.org/ St. HOPE Leadership Academy’s Web site: http://www.sthopeleadershipacademy.org/ Kevin Johnson’s Sacramento mayoral campaign Web site: http://www.kevinjohnsonformayor.com KXJZ’s story on Kevin Johnson’s leadership style. KXJZ’s Kevin Johnson profile. Johnson and incumbent Sacramento Mayor Heather Fargo appear on KXJZ’s daily talk show Insight. Sacramento Bee: Federal Probe Targets Johnson’s St. HOPE.