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Parents Resist Integration In Fairfax

"As [the Fairfax] situation makes clear, changing attendance boundaries is politically difficult, particularly when it increases socioeconomic integration," writes Erin Dillon in today's TQATE (The Quick and the Ed).  "But this situation also illustrates why socioeconomic integration may be important."


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