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Building knowledge: Asheville pushes for new schools

There are 2 comments on the Mountain Xpress story from Feb 28, 2013, titled Building knowledge: Asheville pushes for new schools. In it, Mountain Xpress reports that:

Learning by doing: Proposed features such as outdoor classrooms and a larger community garden would support Isaac Dickson Elementary's experiential learning theme, officials say.

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Typical Socialists

Atlanta, GA

#1 Feb 28, 2013
Typical socialist proposal. Another excujse to raise our property taxes.
Socialist Typicals

Asheville, NC

#2 Feb 28, 2013
So, you're saying we don't need new schools? I can see how you would feel threatened by education and also by people more educated than you, but surely you'd agree that children don't need to go to school in buildings with leaky roofs, mold problems, and drafty windows? Or were you just suggesting repairs instead of new construction?

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