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I’m a Public School Advocate. My Son Attends a Private School.

It is both wrong and right

Photo by Mariah Hewines on Unsplash

“The wolf took one last look at his mother and father…”

My son is reading aloud in the other room. I hear his little voice recounting the story of a wolf who became the first wild wolf in California in a very long time. He reads with expression — exclamation points invoke excitement in his…

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LaToya Baldwin Clark

LaToya Baldwin Clark

Law professor. Teach and write about the law of educational inequality, property and the family. Mom of 3. Amateur artist. All opinions my own.

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