In this two-and-a-half-hour special edition of Frontline focuses on the Issues of race, integration and education at Berkeley High School in California, whose students are an ethnic microcosm of urban America. The producers spent a year there documenting the separation of students along racial and ethnic lines, attributed to academic "tracking," social customs and peer pressure. They recruited a multiracial group of student video journalists to help record the complex efforts the school is making to integrate and educate at the same time. With minimum narration and subtle but clear structure, this penetrating documentary drives home the dilemmas of race in America.

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