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Great piece, Tim.

I also think facilities are important. The building is part of the first impression, and like libraries, can be a tell-tale sign of a school staff's attention to detail. I also think parents are willing to bet on the come a little bit more if they know that an aging school is scheduled for renovation and renewal.

What you didn't mention is also interesting--the functionality of the school system itself. 10 years ago most of us would not have even looked closely at a DCPS school because they couldn't get books out of their warehouse to schools on time for the school year, or even keep the heat on for that matter. DCPS is not perfect, but my how times have changed, and for the better!

Brian P-DCPS parent

by BC Pâté on Jan 24, 2013 11:18 pm • linkreport

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