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The comparison to when "we were kids" isn't really apt, because many of us were much less supervised than kids today. That said, WMATA runs three buses to Deal MS (and probably other schools, that's just what i know because it's where my kids goes) for 6th, 7th and 8th graders, and a ton of kids take it. 6th graders are generally 11, but its not like some great leap of maturity happens between 10 and 11. Seems like a total overreaction by the other parents and administration.

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