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We’ve all seen the scenario played out time and time again. For wealthy people it’s an array of choices about where to send their children to school. Money is no object. For those who have a little extra money to spare, perhaps there are a couple of choices from which to choose the right school for their children. And if you are poor, there are no choices. And the only option you do have isn’t a good one.

http://secondlineblog.org/2016/11/i-choose-choice-and-its-not-up-for-discussion/

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Wealthy school districts look like utopia from the outside. For black students in those districts, the picture is less rosy.

http://www.bloomberg.com/features/2016-america-divided/education/

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"Just like the playground, we watch the bullying happen, glad it’s not us this time, and then come over in a quiet moment with some support for the bullied. Teachers struggle to really stand up to one another, for one another."

http://citizen.education/index.php/2016/10/07/sometimes-teachers-can-be-the-biggest-bullies-of-all/

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Teachers in Washington state move again to block students from access to new schools.

http://www.chron.com/news/education/article/Groups-sue-to-block-new-Washington-charter-9109782.php

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.Sharif El-Mekki says "The student who inspired me most is the one who tried to kill me."

http://citizen.education/?p=6459 via Citizen Ed

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