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Public schools all over the nation--but especially in cities--are grappling with difficult problems of strikes, decreasing enrollment and increasing costs, as well as the perceived threat of tax credits for private school tuition and voucher plans.
The situations are all too familiar: A student and teacher do not get along and the student's parents ask school officials to assign the child to a new classroom;
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