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March 10, 2013 12:00 AM

Eagle editorial: Must Southeast close?

As Wichita school district officials think about doing what not long ago seemed unthinkable – closing Southeast High School and moving its 1,600 students elsewhere – they must give parents and the community ample opportunity to speak on any possible closing, listen to what they say, then do everything in their power to act accordingly.

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