davidannis writes: Although I live in an affluent school district and have two kids who attend local schools my youngest child attends Post Oak Elementary in Lansing, MI. It is an inner city school with inadequate funding and a disadvantaged student population. I've been very happy with my choice to send him there because they offer an immersion Chinese program, allowing him to spend half of the day learning in Mandarin and half of the day learning in English. However, I definitely give up a lot by sending him there and now I am struggling with whether I should send him to fourth grade in Lansing or move him. What would you do and why?
As far as the laws of mathematics refer to reality, they are not
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-- Albert Einstein