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A teacher discovers a hidden musical talent in Winslow's halls. A 12 year old advanced student has a hard time making friends with her older classmates.
Tension racks Marla with her upcoming school musical. Harper is questioned about poor test scores. The student news fields a report on a teacher's indiscretions.
Hanson hopes a school election can help a wallflower bloom. Ronnie basks in the kudos for Winslow's high test scores but debates her relationship with Zach.
Sex in study hall? Most of the teachers are surprised by what's physically going on with their students. A teacher a little more in the know, Senate, gives a student and her child a place to stay.
Students get help on their tests from a small man. Teens get their kicks setting up homeless fights.
While Lipschultz tries to convince the other teachers to buy the homicide insurance policies he's hawking and a union representative investigates the feud between Hanson and Marla, Flynn takes a ride with a student who likes to drag race.
As young teachers join the faculty, students prepare to walk out to protest the administration's perceived indifference to student issues.
A visit from her dying father leaves Aisha to create a song to accompany music he leaves with her. Hanson continues to worry about his sister's drug habit and her ability to mother his niece.
Harper sits in jail after a student's father dies in his office during a heated argument. Danny Hanson saves the life of a reckless student.
A student's letter touches music superstar Whitney Houston and she agrees to accompany him to the prom. Aisha is scared to perform in front of her idol. Harper tries to save his teaching staff from budget cuts. Hanson seeks Claire's father's seal of approval on their wedding.
It's the holiday season and Brooke debates her choice to spend Christmas away from her father, Lipschultz is invited to his son's for the holiday and Ronnie and Zach are trying to find a secret place to use their mistletoe.
A student's mother comes on to Flynn. Harper has to deal with a basketball player on two fronts: the possibility of illegal recruiting and his daughter's feelings for him.
Hanson has an extended babysitting gig with his young niece. The assistant principal position draws some competition from Ronnie and Marla. Marilyn tries to help Aisha take a stand against her boyfriend.
While Principal Harper deals with a race-related fight, teachers at the school grade each other's performance. Things get out of hand for Harper and, in the end, he is led to a police car in handcuffs.
Marilyn suspects Aisha's boyfriend when she shows up bruised. Ronnie feels out her newly appointed assistant principal position.
After being near a drive-by shooting, Kimberly takes on a mission to get one of her students to drop out of a gang. Guber attempts to placate Marcie's crankiness. Hanson falls for a visiting speaker.
Flynn's relations with Mrs. Emerson lead to a graffiti attack on his car. Harper questions the methods of his basketball coach.
Hanson proposes to Claire in the hopes that it will make him look like a better adoption candidate. A student uses rap to diss Shakespeare. Marilyn butts heads with a record producer who's after Aisha.
As Hanson accuses Marla of racism and files a complaint with the teachers' union, Gruber and Harper try to figure out who started the school riot.
The agitation of Valentine's Day stirs up the Winslow teachers and students. A female student crosses the line with her unrequited feelings for Kimberly.
Flynn worries when Becky confides with him that her mother is in the midst of an affair. When colleges come recruiting, it may affect the school's basketball phenom's playing eligibility.
When Senate crosses the line, Harper has to decide whether he can support the teacher any further. A new teacher faces a very tough first day.
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