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October 30, 2012 6:58 PM

Richland 2 race becoming referendum on school district's future

The Richland 2 school board race is accelerating into a referendum on the future of the 26,000-student district, which has transitioned over two decades from a small, affluent suburban district to one where minority students are the majority and issues of poverty and transience are forcing a new and sometimes divisive conversation about education.

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