To be sure, these issues are not unique to Beacon. Similarly, Thurgood Marshall is not the only school with significant resource gaps.
Listening to Coco and Bissiri helps us understand what’s lost when a city chooses to educate its students separately — but also what’s possible if we realize that three stops is not so far, after all.
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