A parent argues against the city’s proposal to re-draw the lines for elementary schools in Park Slope, Brooklyn. She says it causes more problems than it solves.
Because of baby sitter/husband communication bobbles, our undecorated flags were apparently sitting on the kitchen table rather than ready for posting outside my twins’ prekindergarten classroom. No problem, the teachers said, bring them Monday. But I did have a problem: What is our culture, and how could we possibly depict it on a flag?
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