President Obama recently outlined the administration's accomplishments during his first 100 days in office. Today we talk with another man who has taken the reins of a troubled institution during unprecedented times.
In December, Doug Rodriguez was asked by his superintendent to take over a school that received five failing marks in five years. If the school failed again, it could be taken over or shut down. Doug was charged with turning things around in a matter of weeks. The test scores came back last week and to his great pleasure, Doug says the data shows tremendous improvement already.