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School redistricting: Business as usual or a step forward? (access required)

In Arizona, a consensus on the need to improve public education has been achieved. Rather than ranting against our schools, as some are prone to do, the School District Redistricting Commission (SDRC) was empowered to redesign the school system so districts will be unified, K-12, in order to achieve continuous curriculum, use the precious education ...

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