Burrell, a famed jazz bassist, also holds the distinction of being America's first black symphony musician.
Eighty-two percent of teachers and 74 percent of principals in schools with the highest minority populations were rated effective.
Charlie Burrell, often referred to as the "Jackie Robinson of music," was the first African-American musician to play in a symphony orchestra in the United States.
Men ignored these Abstract Expressionists. Now their art is in Denver, getting some of the attention that missed it in the ’50s.
Female artists like Grace Hartigan banded together to show their work, but it would be decades before they were widely recognized for their contributions.