Monday, September 10, 2007

You Don't See This Every Day

Defying history and stereotype, the South's schools rise

"Hundreds of high schools in the region, many still under desegregation orders, have quietly become public-education powerhouses."

Since the story is about defying stereotypes, you'd think they could have dropped in a different photo.

But OK, I'll take what I can get. It's not like stories about the South are generally laudatory. We all need scapegoats.