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It’s a modern Cinderella story: Representatives from 18 optimistic, hardworking school communities were honored with a fancy black tie party Sept. 20, with critics of public education blissfully absent for the night.

In today’s political climate, with policy makers and pundits quick to condemn educators, it might be hard to imagine that teachers, administrators, and school board members would be lavishly celebrated for their accomplishments.

But in an example of how business can make a real impact on...

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