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I think the most shocking part of this story is that MCPS felt this warranted calling Child Welfare Services. It's not particularly surprising to me that parents in this part of Montgomery County would be so aghast at the idea of a child riding -gasp!- public transportation to school. But the fact that after talking with the mother, public school officials still felt it was necessary to call CWS (who, by the way, are supposed to be investigating cases of ACTUAL child abuse) is pretty appalling.

by Rebecca on Nov 19, 2012 11:08 am • linkreport

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