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#1 Feb 14, 2011
"""How students in non-urban school districts are faring hasn't been revealed, yet this information is vitally important to having an open and honest discussion of how to improve all schools."""
So for what reason isn't the "non-urban" stats been revealed yet???????
It's sorta like how when non-urban people are arrested there names and mugshots are not even released.
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