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And I agree with @thm that charters are a "bridge" to the point where DC''s poverty numbers begin to look more like its neighbors'. Until that time, charters will provide a decent public education to a relatively small number of kids, but they're by no means a way to deliver a high-quality education to all (or even a majority of) DC children.

by oboe on Dec 14, 2012 8:28 am • linkreport

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