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Should Parents Backfill Public Education Cuts?

A recent article in the New York Times about public elementary school PTA?s raising over $1 million to fund what parents used to consider the "basics" of a good public education - computers, dictionaries, desk chairs - touched a nerve with some San Francisco parents. Although the article was talking about NYC schools, it could just as easily have been describing the situation in San Francisco.
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