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For more than two hours, parents in School District 28 yelled at the city Department of Education — and each other — over a proposal to diversify the district’s middle schools at a heated meeting of Community Education Council 28 on Jan. 2.
The meeting was billed as a forum for parents to ask questions of the DOE and its consulting firm, WXY Studios, on how it plans to desegregate the schools — but opponents of the plan mostly took their time to accuse both entities of secrecy, and some supporters accused the other side of racism.
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