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In the District of Columbia, emphasis on desegregation was expensive in quality of schooling.
Excellence in schools may be at the cost of equity. The dilemma cannot be ignored.
To improve pupil performance, desegregation by race may be less important than desegregation by socioeconomic status.
Test scores as documentation become substitutes for reality.
Discords of values -those of the community, the school board, the super intendenti-led to the sitvrintendent's dismissal which led to the defeat of yo' board members.
For these prospective city teachers, student teaching led to estrangement and alienation.
Teachers' explanations for quitting suggest ways to reduce big-city teacher turnover.
A death was concealed, but memories were blighting.
Some teachers would not send their children to the schools in which they taught because of school quality, school discipline, school desegregation.
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