Friday, November 26, 2010

Tale of two cities

In Baltimore, a "contract school" in the neighborhood around Johns Hopkins, slated for gentrification, $40M will be spent on a beautiful new building. Meanwhile other inner city schools are in desperate need of basic facility upgrades. According to The Baltimore Sun, many school buildings in the city lack functional heating and air conditioning systems, windows that open and electrical wiring that would allow for computers to be used.

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