Controversial rapper Ice-T is heading back to education to help young students with their hip-hop skills on upcoming reality TV show RAP SCHOOL. The COP KILLER star will coach a group of 13-year-olds from New York City's prestigious York Prep school in a variety of 'street' disciplines including rhyming, scratching and break-dancing. By exposing young scholars from rich families to rap culture, Ice-T - real name TRACY MARROW - hopes he will show hip-hop can have a positive influence on teenagers. The students who make it to the end of the series - which debuts on VH1 in September (06) - will open a Public Enemy concert at Bb King's New York club.