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@SJE: I think part of the reason this keeps coming up is out of nostalgia for the old system. There are good reasons for that system: if a system was functioning well it minimized duplication of school resources; it provides a sense of local community to students, parents and neighbors. OTOH, if was broken as it was in DC, it was FUBAR.

Given the latter, I say good riddance.

by goldfish on Dec 13, 2012 1:49 pm • linkreport

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