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The New York Times carried this story, of a 6 year old suspended after bringing camping silverware to school. I was on a school board for 8 years, and I am well aware of the difficulties that arise in local districts. Budgets are tight, and legal challenges can wick funds away from education. The easiest... Read more »
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