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Jo

I say we put a hit out on those damn Cloud moms! Oooh! Yeah!

Jenny

Ooh! Pick me! Pick me!

Our public schools are very lopsided. Here in Santa Rosa, the 'east' schools are largely white, upper middle class kids. The 'west' schools are mostly middle to low income, with a large percentage of English learners.

A good friend of mine in Boston says that there is a lottery system in place to get into the 'good schools.' As a result, there are large groups of 'good' (ie educated and involved) parents who band together and enroll their children in a less desirable school. After a couple of years, the teachers make more headway, test scores start to rise, the schools see more money and parent activity, and the school reputation improved.

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