[Susan notes: It is good to have someone speak to our common, cummunity needs. We get too much us vs. them news.]
To the editor
This community has more than enough animosity, racism, classism and other projected anxieties. Your coverage of our city and county school districts reinforces these irrational fears and prejudices. One way you repeatedly undermine thoughtful dialog was demonstrated in your Aug. 24 article, ''School standards bend; 33 leave state's 'troubled' list despite math, reading shortfall."
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