180 Days tells an intimate story of Washington Metropolitan High School (DC Met) and its first graduating class. In the conclusion of this series the DC Met family pulls together towards the first graduating class, sifting through many layers of complications.
Introduction: 182 Days: A Year Inside an American High School—Part 2 (2:16); Education Gap (2:19); Raven Quattlebaum (4:22); Physics Demonstration (2:21); Raven Coston and Serenity (2:50); Violence in the Community (2:45); DC Met Basketball (4:41); Truancy Problems (1:12); Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial (1:57); Poetry as an Outlet (4:07); Discipline as a Teachable Moment (3:33); Working with Others (3:49); Uprooted (2:54); Truancy Patrol (2:40); College Applications (2:21); Baptism (1:43); Winter Holidays (1:27); High Need Public Schools (2:41); Being a Part of Something (2:03); Moving Away (2:22); College Tour (5:48); Credits: 182 Days: A Year Inside an American High School—Part 2 (1:06); Snippet Example (0:15)
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