Meet the Perez brothers.
Born and raised in the Bronx, Danny and Miguel, sons of Puerto Rican immigrants, are twins separated at school since 4th grade.
Now in their junior year of high school, Miguel attends the innovative, single-sex small school, Eagle Academy. Ten blocks away, Danny goes to Jonathan Levin High School, a failing co-ed specialist media school, which shares its campus with eight other schools. The school, which has already stopped admitting new students, will close in 2016.
As the brothers approach senior year and graduation from within different schooling systems, will both boys go on to college or will the differences in educational experiences have more of an impact on their futures than they had reckoned?