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Also, as you pointed out, as the situation stands now, the majority of poor kids are never going to get a decent education in DC. Charters aren't going to fix that. And there's no DCPS policy that's going to fix it either.

The only fix is to either make poor kids into non-poor kids, or disperse poverty so that they have a chance to go to schools where 60%+ of the student body is not cripplingly poor.

by oboe on Dec 14, 2012 10:19 am • linkreport

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