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Mojave High School Principal Shares his Turnaround Experience
Mojave High School Principal Shares his Turnaround Experience

AIR DATE: December 27, 2011

Mojave High School is one of five Clark County campuses designated as a "turnaround school." This means a large part of the teaching and administrative staff was replaced over the summer and an entirely new curriculum is now in place. Antonio Rael, the new principal at Mojave jumped at the opportunity to lead one of Clark County's poorest performing schools saying it's an opportunity to make serious changes in the district. Antonio Rael joins us to talk about how his turnaround efforts are doing.
Antonio Rael, principal, Mojave High School
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