EDITORIAL: The lesson of the schools compromise—start with respect and participation

Many children accompanied their parents to rancorous hearings on how they would be “rezoned.” They heard themselves described as “minority,” “low-income,” “non-English speaking” and “low-performing.” The lesson they heard from those guiding the county’s schools was that some children matter more than others. Even elementary students can understand the meaning behind those words.

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