Justice Crawford and Nathaniel Nitkin are the first students from Winterfield Elementary’s collaboration with the Charlotte Symphony Orchestra to audition and make it into Northwest School of the Arts. Could this program offer more students from the high-poverty school a path to success?
Justice Crawford and Nathaniel Nitkin are the first students from Winterfield Elementary’s collaboration with the Charlotte Symphony Orchestra to audition and make it into Northwest School of the Arts. Could this program offer more students from the high-poverty school a path to success? MARK HAMES mhames@charlotteobserver.com
Justice Crawford and Nathaniel Nitkin are the first students from Winterfield Elementary’s collaboration with the Charlotte Symphony Orchestra to audition and make it into Northwest School of the Arts. Could this program offer more students from the high-poverty school a path to success? MARK HAMES mhames@charlotteobserver.com

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