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Our children are what is most precious to us. Our families are the building block of our society. Decisions we make that impact our children and our families are the most personal, the most profound. Yet despite how important these decisions are, we tend to get trapped in a grade school quality discussion, casting people who disagree with us as having a selfish "agenda" while we are advocating for all that is good, right, and fluffy. In this poor quality civic discussion, public schools are either one of our greatest assets as a nation or they're single-handedly corrupting children and destroying the future of a generation. Either you take the same position as the Teacher's Union and NEA or you think they are a scary bunch of thugs channeling John Gotti. School Vouchers are an evil plan to destroy the public schools or the savior of our future.
But no matter how personally committed we are to this universe of black and white, reality comes cleverly painted gray, relying on us to understand the its complexity to make decisions that yield good results. We either embrace the gray or deny it. One road leads us out and the other digs us in.
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