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Mountain out of molehill. We are talking about 1.25% of DCPS enrollment. You are going to see transfers within any larger school system: people put their kids in different schools all the time, for reasons entirely about "fit" and nothing about the educational qualities of the schools or students. According to WashPost yesterday, charters are approaching the enrollment of DCPS, so a 1% transfer back to DCPS seems LOW, taken over the 12 years of education. How many people keep the same cell phone service for 12 years?

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