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Thursday, August 14, 1997
Rosellen Sanna cried and cried and cried after finding out her husband was taking a job in Gilroy. The Sanna family lived in Wisconsin in one of the nation's top-10 public school districts, and Rosellen dreaded putting her daughters back into the less-than-highly performing California public school system.
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