Boston program transforms gang members into college students
In Boston city and community leaders are engaged in a bold experiment: To use higher education to transform the city's most dangerous neighborhoods. The program "Boston Uncornered" recruits gang members to drop their guns and enroll in college by paying them to do so. Supporters say it costs less than the ongoing cycle of enforcement, incarceration and recidivism, and is also an investment in the community. Dana Jacobson reports.