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A couple dozen school superintendents whose districts are part of the Western Arkansas Educational Cooperative were having their annual retreat last week at DeGray Lodge.

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  • TheDailyHatchorg
    October 26, 2011 at 12:14 p.m.

    That sounds good, but if you want the public school system to improve, it will take giving their captive audience an alternative. Many inner city parents would love to be given vouchers and get the same quality education that private schools are giving parents that have lots of money. How can you get around that logic. Meanwhile our inner city schools are becoming filled with violence.

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