"On the indirect side, quality public schools are schools where the parents in the neighborhood are getting involved. And when parents in the neighborhood get involved, that creates a social network and social capital that builds a strong neighborhood."

Jennifer Neal in the article “Public Schools Good for People Without Kids, Too

Creating strong cities and neighborhoods requires more than just nice streets. It requires great public schools. (via dreamsforthecity)

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