Marquette University Program proving struggling students can find redemption
By: Andrew Levinson
Posted: Feb 5, 2017 7:50 PM CDT
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Kate Chappell meets some Milwaukee high school students, expelled from traditional schools learning how to manage their emotions though a Marquette University program called Peace Works designed to help them get back into MPS.