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I am happy charters can expel students to DCPS and students transfer out of charters to DCPS. Can I volunteer the bottom 1-2% of charter students each year to be required to be transferred to DCPS?

As someone said above, I'd rather have a good education for many than a crappy education for all.

And Ken, your constant assault on charters seems rather luxurious, since you live in Gtown where the public schools are good. Come live east of the park. Over here the discussion is much simpler: charter or move to MC.

by Wayan on Feb 13, 2013 5:47 am • linkreport

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