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Examiner Local Editorial: Seeds of school choice are now blooming in D.C.

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Why has DC Public Schools Chancellor Kaya Henderson announced plans to close 20 underenrolled D.C. public schools -- one of every six DCPS campuses -- even though the District's population has been growing at its fastest pace in 60 years? Henderson's decision -- which makes economic sense -- is a tacit admission that the school choice movement has gone mainstream in the unlikeliest of places....

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