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Ted Landsmark

It's time to end busing in Boston

The city's demographics have changed since busing began, says Ted Landsmark, who was the target of this angry demonstrator brandishing an American flag during the school busing riots on April 5, 1976. The city's demographics have changed since busing began, says Ted Landsmark, who was the target of this angry demonstrator brandishing an American flag during the school busing riots on April 5, 1976. (©Stanley Forman)
By Ted Landsmark
January 31, 2009

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We can no longer afford to spend $72 million a year to bus children across Boston to schools that are not demonstrably better than schools near their homes. (Full article: 685 words)

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