Counterpoint: Bad buildings don't define a school:

09/1/2008 | Washington Post, The

Plenty of successful schools are located in aging buildings, writes Washington Post columnist Jay Mathews. Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology is located in a building in need of window replacements and electrical repairs but it's the educators not the structure that make it one of the country's best public schools, he writes.

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