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Not too long ago, I was reading some intriguing observations about the District of Columbia public schools.
West Virginia may be "almost heaven." But a circuit-court judge and a citizens' coalition are raising hell with West Virginia's political and education establishments over the lack of both quality and equality in the state's school systems. It is no simple backwoods exorcism or another internecine feud between the Hatfields and the McCoys.
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