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October 7, 1989 | BILL DIETRICH, Special to The Times
School officials have a name for the new racial busing plan that went into effect last month: controlled choice. Some unhappy parents have another name for it: controlled chaos. Either way, the attempt to revive a faltering 12-year effort at school racial integration is being quickly tested before facing a non-binding referendum of the electorate in November. Seattle is now the biggest school district in the nation to try controlled choice. The busing plan was first designed by Cambridge, Mass.
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October 7, 1989 | BILL DIETRICH, Special to The Times
School officials have a name for the new racial busing plan that went into effect last month: controlled choice. Some unhappy parents have another name for it: controlled chaos. Either way, the attempt to revive a faltering 12-year effort at school racial integration is being quickly tested before facing a non-binding referendum of the electorate in November. Seattle is now the biggest school district in the nation to try controlled choice. The busing plan was first designed by Cambridge, Mass.
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