Fifty years ago, the landmark Supreme Court case Brown v. Board of Education began the desegregation of U.S. public schools. But according to a widely cited federal study, the average black high school student today graduates with achievement test scores comparable to those of the average white eighth grader. CNN Presents examines possible reasons behind the disparity at one of the country's most respected and integrated school systems.
Former Vermont Governor Howard Dean looked to be the front-runner in the Democratic primaries during the 2004 presidential campaign. His grass-roots campaign raised more than $42 million, thanks to the Internet savvy of Joe Trippi. CNN producer Kate Albright-Hanna was given exclusive access to the Dean campaign starting in the summer of 2003. Through interviews with the Dean campaign staff, supporters, and media personalities, she documents the rise and fall of the Dean campaign.