In 180 Days: Hartsville, viewers will experience a year in the life of one Southern town's efforts to address the urgent demand for reform in American public schools, and watch what happens when the systems that can either fuel or diffuse that reform - bureaucracy, economic opportunity, and fixed mindsets - interact and intersect.
Introduction: 180: Hartsville: Part 2 (1:48); West Hartsville Elementary: Day 90 (2:38); Thornwell School for the Arts: Day 90 (2:57); State of the Union (1:20); Creating a Home (4:00); Poverty and Performance (1:52); Lighting the Fire (4:09); Common Core (2:19); Preparation and PASS Testing (8:45); Outside Counseling and Expulsion (4:38); Fight Against Common Core (2:05); Mentoring Difficult Students (2:41); Special Events (6:54); End of the School Year (5:00); The Future (1:17); Credits: 180 Days: Hartsville: Part 2 (0:29)
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