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Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine to launch what could be the coolest high school in America

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Jun. 14, 2021

Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine to launch what could be 'the coolest high school in America'

Rap icon Dr. Dre and music industry mogul Jimmy Iovine have pledged to do and spend whatever it takes to make a new public high school in South L.A. successful and sought after - and a place that will motivate L.A. students to be critical thinkers, entrepreneurs and innovators.

The move represents a rare investment by the entertainment elite in the nation's second-largest school system, where more than 80% of students are Latino and Black and about the same number come from low-income families.
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