Nobody Flunks Out
Inside the Issas' Central Academy
From the June, 2012 issue
In most ways Central Academy is like any other Ann Arbor school: pictures of the Statue of Liberty on the walls, and a copy of the Little House on the Prairie Cook Book in the library. And in most ways its students are like any other Ann Arbor schoolkids. They learn their ABCs in kindergarten and read 1984 their junior year.
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