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Old 09-16-2011, 11:23 AM
 
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Originally Posted by TurtleCreek80 View Post
Yes, there is a lot of interaction IF the family chooses public schools. The OP's family wants private schools which, like the Lakewood neighborhood, are majority white. They may not get the amount of diverse interaction that a family who chooses Lakewood/Long/Woodrow.
She indicated she might be interested in good public schools:


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Originally Posted by Vacation101 View Post
I like the sound of Uptown and perhaps what you seem to refer to as M streets but am mindful that I may need to be in a good public zone in case we get dinged from the privates.
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