Young, middle-class D.C. parents struggle to find place in public schools

10/22/2013 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

People who have flocked to the District of Columbia and are starting families have been reluctant to follow their predecessors to the suburbs in search of good schools, and programs such as free preschool have so far kept them in the District. However, the issue of whether to enroll their children in public schools has proved a sticking point, leaving parents to decide whether to invest in often-failing or dilapidated schools, enter a charter-school lottery, enroll in private school -- or move to the suburbs.

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