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Busing won't remedy that, by the way, because many of those kids will remove themselves from DCPS if busing was in play.

Sorry, I wasn't being very clear. I meant "busing" in the ideal sense of busing across school district lines. Which in the District's case would mean busing wealthy suburban kids into EOTR schools, and poor kids out to FCPS or MCPS.

Obviously that will never happen in a million years, but that's the only busing scheme that would succeed.

by oboe on Dec 14, 2012 10:16 am • linkreport

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