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Boarder Conflict

Is boarding school the fix-all to cramped urban schools and evening conflicts between homework-laden children and nagging parents? In this feature from the U.K-based Telegraph, Candide Crewe vividly recalls the nauseating homesickness she endured at boarding school. But now, with children of her own, she wonders if the initial pain of separation may be well worth the benefits modern boarding schools have to offer.

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