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Charter schools' role in serving neighborhoods to be examined

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D.C. schools officials are set to discuss Tuesday whether charter schools should give preference to children who live nearby, as DC Public Schools prepares to close some neighborhood schools. Admission for charters is set through a citywide lottery on the principle that every student should have access to high-quality options when his or her neighborhood school falls short. Charter schools have...

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