In every town in America, the back-to-school rush is on, reports CBS News correspondent Jim Axelrod.
In Croton, N.Y., the Arturo brothers are already cracking the books.
“I feel we get our money’s worth in Croton,” said the boy’s mother. “Especially for three kids.”
The public schools have done right by the Arturos, but that’s not the case across the board, says education consultant Mark Schneider.
“Our top students are just not world class anymore,” Schneider told CBS News.
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