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Things you might have missed the day the District closed 23 schools

By thenotebook on Mar 12, 2013 11:22 AM

A day of impassioned protest came to a harrowing end for many who fought the District's closure plan when the School Reform Commission decided to close 23 schools, sparing four, last Thursday. With all the commotion that night, it might have been easy to miss a few things. Luckily, Benjamin Herold was keeping track.

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Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on March 20, 2013 3:47 pm
The SRC is a sham and need to be thoroughly investigated for nepotism and corruption. Sylvia Sims voted to keep her granddaughter's school open. Surprise, surprise her sister Quibila Devine submitted a proposal for M Hall Stanton to close & Duckery to remain open. Is it any wonder that Duckery is now off the list and Stanton put on? I wonder what family member of theirs works at or goes to Duckery. Such a sham and disgrace for the whole city. Wasting the public's time in these hearings when once again its not what you know but who you know.

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