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Phoenix, AZ
Students enrolled: 184

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9215 N. 14th Street
Phoenix, AZ 85020

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(602) 395-0271
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May 05, 2014
My daughter has attended Montessori Day School - Mountainside for 5 years. We love this school! The schools co-founders, Peg & Ed Huffman, have enacted their vision of a harmonious and industrious educational experience. The school director, Pat Freeman, is fabulous. She has her finger on the pulse of the school and works tirelessly for the welfare of her students. When we considered other schools, we could barely get any time with their teaching staff let alone their director. Pat's ability as a director and her openness as a human being were key in our decision. The teachers are uniformly committed to providing their students with the best education. And they and the administrative staff do so with great heart. You may find schools that have more resources (with the active extra-curricular program here, we've never had an issue). But you will never find a school that achieves so much academically with so much heart, soul, and warmth for the children. Visit the campus and you'll feel it immediately for yourself. Terrific school, great vision, a genuine sense of mission and purpose, highly-qualified and committed staff, and a director and co-founders who have realized a dream.

- submitted by a parent
April 04, 2014
We picked Montessori Day School for our children precisely because it is first and foremost focused on meeting the educational needs of children, and it provides an extraordinary value in education and social interaction. The mission of the school is reflected in every facet and feature of its programs, and is evidenced by direct observation of its daily operation. This means that the needs of the children come first, as determined by partnership between experienced and dedicated educators and the children themselves who understand those needs. The children in the school benefit from learning a framework to build their own self discipline. This school uses the Responsible Thinking Process to provide a framework for children to discipline themselves, not only in learning but also in behavior. The parents are an integral part of the school. Sending children to this school provides an opportunity to participate in school programs, events, and even operations. We are proud to be associated with this school, the realization of the vision of many talented and committed professional educators and others who wanted the best for their children.

- submitted by a parent
November 25, 2013
My 5 yr old daughter is thriving at Montessori Day School and I couldn't be happier with the experience. Just meet the director Pat Freeman and she will tell you the history of how this school came about and the direction it is going. It is truly a unique school and such a blessing to be of charter as well. My daughters teachers, Ms. Romana and Ms. Tomasa know how to teach by letting the children "think for themselves" all the while creating a safe and respectful learning environment where children can feel safe and happy to be in the classroom together. I believe this is why my daughter is learning so much in the short time she has been there. She has just begun kindergarten and has already learned things that are not typically taught Until 8th grade! The learning environment and parent involvement are what I like best about this school. I plan on sending all three of my children through this school. Currently I drive almost 2hrs back and forth to school, but I am not the only parent doing so. I know of two other families who have done the same.

- submitted by a parent
October 24, 2013
Great school awesome office staff, teachers and maintence. A family frendly environment.Its a must see.

- submitted by a parent
October 24, 2013
This is an excellent school. With very involved parents and teachers it makes my child's learning experience wonderful.

- submitted by a parent
October 08, 2013
I love the Montessori approach to education and my daughter absolutely loves going to school here.

- submitted by a parent
September 23, 2013
Montessori Day has been graded "A" by the Arizona Department of Education for the past two years because of the high progress of its students and the school's attention to meeting all requirements. What great teams to work with, at both campuses! Parents included!

- submitted by a teacher
September 23, 2013
Both my children attended this school. It is a great school with wonderful, and caring teachers who take the time to communicate with parents, and address the students needs. Administration is kind and understanding and on top of any issues that may arise. The education my children received from Montessori is priceless.

- submitted by a parent
September 17, 2013
The school is dedicated to the students' success and the teachers are phenomenal and friendly. The Montessori approach is fantastic!!

- submitted by a parent
September 17, 2013
My daughter has been going to school here for four years and my son has just started Kindergarten. We have had experience before in a great public school close by, but I prefer Mountainside because it is a small school which allows for personal interaction and a great community atmosphere. I have read some of the other negative reviews, and I have to admit that there are definitely children who would not thrive in a Montessori environment. But overall, I think that it offers an individualized program and freedom for a child to go at their own pace, which my gifted daughter has benefited from greatly. Also, having worked as a teacher in public education I know that there will always be some conflicts between parents and school staff, and because of its small size any problem at MDS may proportionally seem large. All of my own dealings with the administration at Mountainside has been positive, and they have addressed any issues I had in an open and proactive manner. Every teacher I have worked with has also been very dedicated. Each school has pros and cons, but I would greatly recommend MDS for an education that will prepare a child for the real world.

- submitted by a parent
July 27, 2013
My child attended this school for 1 1/2 yrs. My child has Aspergers and even though we saw their recommended therapist at their insistance, they refused to address the issues that THIER OWN THERAPIST brought to light. My son was ostracized and segregated by the teacher and would start crying on the way home over how he was being treated. He was not allowed to use any of the coping skills he had been taught by the therapist. Although they are a charter school and were REQUIRED BY STATE LAW to comply with the individuals with Disabilities Education Act, we were told that they did not have anything in place and were not able to 'handle' him. With only two weeks left before the end of the fall semester, we were asked not to return for the spring.

- submitted by a parent
December 12, 2012
I love the friendly and caring environment of Montessori Day School. As a special education teacher who has had the opportunity to work in several different environments, I can say that the children who have any challenges are treated with respect by both staff and the other students on this campus. While their needs are addressed by not only their regular classroom teacher, they are also pulled-out by the special education teacher weekly. The regular education teachers in the classrooms understand the importance of individualizing instruction for each student's unique needs. It is as though special education goes on all day long in the classrooms because staff members understand that each child is special.

- submitted by a teacher
August 29, 2012
Our daughter graduated from the middle school program at MDS in May. She attended MDS for 10 years. She has now moved on to a large public high school and is just thriving because of the education and environment at MDS. No school is perfect, but this school has what really counts: teaching personal responsibility, incredible study skills, organization skills, confidence and self awareness. THANK YOU!

- submitted by a parent
July 15, 2012
I want to express on how thankful I am at MDS for being a school that they have come to be .My son who's attended since he was 3yrs. old now going into 5th grade and my daughter gladly to say now 4yrs. old attending currently. I am proud as a parent to be part of this school and I know that my children feel the same way. They both have grown tremendously and continue to within the years. The communication, the availability of Teachers and staff to parents make our community stronger when were involved to help guide our children to a better tomorrow, day by day. I want to thank mainly the Director for always being there and giving a smile and making the school prosper and for always handling things in a professional way. Teachers and assistants for being there teaching our children to learn and become a better someone for there future, thank the Office Staff to our Maintenance men who contribute into making this school for brightening the way to my children. I want to thank all for there dedication. When we take time to be involved with our children's education they accomplish many goals. Keep up the good work MDS in progressing in our children's education and for your support.

- submitted by a parent
July 11, 2012
I have had all four of my grand children attend this school. Two of them since they were three years old. Besides being impressed with the quality of the staff I love the sense of community that is present at this school and the fact that the teachers and administrative staff are always available to talk to you. I think the one thing that impressed me the most is the sense of confidence that the children have. When two of my grandsons graduated from Middle School and went on to a big public high school I was so impressed with how self-motivated and confident and flexible they were. Thank you teachers and staff for a great job.

- submitted by a community member
July 11, 2012
Unfortunately I had to pull my son and daughter from here. My husband and I both witnessed a staff member yell at a child and made him cry before class one day. When we went to the director to voice our concerns she said "too bad, I don't believe you" and didn't seem to care. Education was bad and religious stories were taught to our kids without permission. Again- when any of these concerns were brought to the attention of the director, she didn't care in the slightest. In my opinion you're better off sending your children to Tutor Time. At least with them there's no false expectation about what you children will be taught. The school director should educate herself in the area of personal responsibility and then practice it..

- submitted by a parent
March 09, 2012
My attended Kindergarten here last year. He had a hard time focusing in class and doing his work. He was bored and my 2-3 year old daughter was capable of doing a lot of the work there. Instead of giving him the level of work he needed, his teachers' response was to continue to give him the same work as his peers and to keep him indoors from recess if he didn't finish it. He was segregated from his class and put into a corner to work alone. I was constantly called to pick him up from school and office staff were very impolite to me. As the year went on, his teachers and the office started to treat him (and me) worse and worse, and I was told not to re-register him for school. We found out this year, that he is a genius. Early in the year, he attended the highest-rated schools in AZ, and his teacher was very competent and handled him well (unlike the teachers at Mountainside). She gave him higher-level work, although he was in first grade. He tested into a gifted school, just this past February and is thriving even more. IF your child is gifted, do NOT send him or her here. The teachers and staff have no experience with gifted children and it would be a detriment.

- submitted by a parent
March 05, 2012
I sent my daughter here for kindergarten. Peeling potatoes and making muffins was what her days were filled with. I never saw any actual necessary education. When I would question it, I was told it was for motor skills. hmmmm. Office staff and head of school was extremely rude. At the end of the year, my daughters teacher told me that she wanted to hold my daughter back because she didn't feel socially she was ready to move on to 1st grade. Academically, she was more than ready. I'm sorry but, that was ridiculous to me. I pulled her from the school, put her in another Montessori and she excelled. She's now in Highschool at the top of her class both socially and academically. I would not reccomend this school to anyone.

- submitted by a parent
March 03, 2012
As a former student I can tell you first hand that this school is far from satisfactory. I don't see how pulling weeds and washing dishes fits anywhere under the category of education. The condition of the school is laughable; you'll find anything from stray cats to snakes. The teachers are inexperienced and don't seem to have a structured schedule. The "office" staff are rude and beyond unhelpful. I couldn't stand more than three years of this.

- submitted by a community member
January 03, 2012
I'm a student at Montessori Day School, and this is by far my favorite school of all time. Because of our small class sizes, I actually am given individual assistance. There is absolutely no tolerance for bullying, and everyone is kind to each other. It feels as though our classroom is a family. We grow together and learn in unity.

- submitted by a community member
May 09, 2011
This is a far cry from the school Maria Montessori developed. I doubt that Maria would withhold recess from children for not completing work. Parents are very involved & the Principal seems to have her heart in the right place with little action. My child's teacher is knowledgeable but since my child is in the older group of kids the assistant teacher often provides instruction. The assistant teacher has no teacher training & from my observations doesn't enjoy working with children. The office staff is rude & the campus is unsecured with plenty of access for anybody to come & go. They have security cameras that are wired to be viewed in the office by nobody in particular. The secretary can't monitor them while she is performing her job tasks. Additionally I have been in the office alone while nobody was monitoring the campus security. If you or you child is allergic to cats this is the wrong place for you. The school keeps a cat that is allowed to roam freely in & out of buildings & sleep on the office chairs, giving you a great sneeze every where you go. My child is performing above grade level & although we have requested it has not been challenged with new materials.

- submitted by a parent
March 01, 2011
Is there a perfect school? I would have to say no. I drive more than 50 miles a day to and from school but I do it because it is worth it! MDS provides a safe and thought-provoking environment. I have a child in the 2nd grade and another in the 4th grade. My children have learned to have respect for their community as well as for themselves. In this "me" centered world, I am encouraged that they are being taught that they are part of a bigger picture. I truly see future leaders in this school. The students are encouraged as well as challenged. I like being able to communicate to the teachers and see immediate action. If you are looking for a school where your child could reach his/her full potential, I would strongly recommend sending your child(ren) to MDS.

- submitted by a parent
February 24, 2011
I have had my children in this school for a long time. My daughter has been at MDS since she was 2 and my son since he was 15 months. I couldn't have found a better school for them. Class size is small and with the an assistant in every classroom, the kids get all the individual attention they need to be successful. The school is small but quaint and it has a comfortable quality about it. MDS may not be as up to date as other elementary and middle schools but what it lacks in technological wizardry it makes up for in genuine personality. The teachers are dedicated to making sure that each student gets the attention that they need. The children can work at a pace that is best for them which helps them develop a sense of independence and accomplishment. MDS is a great school for any child 3 years through 8th grade.

- submitted by a parent
February 15, 2011
The ONLY thing that this school has going for it is that it is, at least loosely, based upon the Montessori method. My children have been going to this school for for years, and to my utter astonishment, they still have a very obvious lack of organization. The teachers that I have spoken to are hardly impressive and I find the people in the "office" to be rude and very unprofessional. The irony is not lost on me that they hold the children to one standard and then they themselves are completely disrespectful to children and they appear to not really understand children. They appear to struggle and are always coming across as if they are in over their heads and that they are needy. The school is still in need of repairs. You may ask why I let my kids still go there, and the only real answer I can offer is, even as bad as this place is, the local elementary schools are not any better.

- submitted by a parent
February 11, 2011
My daughter started kindergarten last fall and we ve been very happy with our choice. We looked at 6 other schools and choose this one because: 1. My child can move at her own pace and have an individualized education plan. They don t hold her at the class average but allow her to move at her speed 2. My daughter does not move onto the next subject until she fully understands and can show evidence that she has learned what is expected. 3. The school is really good about realizing that all aspects of a child's life affect their learning. 4. They have a great 11 to 1 ratio in kindergarten. Also, it s not a system that depends on getting a "good teacher". It is student driven instruction rather than teacher driven, and students have personal responsibility for their education. Some other things we ve seen: they really love parent involvement, although they re still working out the kinks in organizing it efficiently; the teachers and principal are very invested in the students; they have high standards for the kids and their behavior in the class; communication is still a little rusty sometimes, but they are trying hard. All in all, my daughter loves going to school and learning.

- submitted by a parent
January 18, 2011
MDS allows for great interaction of parents in classroom, in extra-ciricular choices, in fund-raising,etc. Few schools welcome the questions and concerns of the adults or children as much as this school`s founders Ed and Peg Huffman.

- submitted by a parent
January 14, 2011
Above all else, MDS is a child-centered campus. Following the true Montessori philosophy that balances responsibility with freedom, MDS strives to inform everyone involved in a child's education that even young children can, and should, be expected to be responsible for themselves. Our Primary classes begin this process for parents and children as young as 3; our K-only class puts the parents & children on a fast-track to becoming independent not only in self-help/daily living skills, but academically, as well. This theme is carried on through Junior & Senior Elementary and Middle School. If you're looking for an education that will prepare your child for the challenging world that faces all of us, MDS is an excellent choice. We push academics, of course! But in an effort to educate the "whole child" we use teachable moments to play out "what if" scenarios that demonstrate to the children that every choice has a consequence and that we, as individuals, are responsible for those choices. We all have the power to change our own lives, because we're not limited by the curriculum "fed" to us by teachers. Independence is expected.

- submitted by a teacher
January 13, 2011
My daughter started kindergarten at this school in 2010. She loves it, and so do we. We appreciate the small community, pleasant classrooms with windows, the healthy-living guidelines for lunches and school preparations (no TV before school), and the natural learning environment, Our daughter began reading prior to kindergarten. Rather than holding her back to learn at the pace of the teacher, her teacher developed a curriculum plan to meet her ability level. We look forward to her continued education at this school.

- submitted by a parent
January 11, 2011
This is an awesome school. We used to live close, but we moved away and still drive about 40 minutes each way because the quality of education is remarkable. The middle school isn't a scary place, which is why we originally looked here. One of my kids has been fortunate enough to attend from preschool all the way through to this year, eigth grade. And my sons that went to middle school both say that "Once you've done Mr. Walker's middle school, high school and college are a piece of cake.

- submitted by a parent
January 26, 2010
My daughters have gone to this school for 4 years and I love it. There is an amazing parent committee this year that has really stepped up with Field Trips and great events. They teach personal responsibility and most of all if your child does have issues they work with you and the child. Montessori embodies the whole person and the class sizes are small. I highly recommend this school to anyone.

- submitted by a parent
May 27, 2009
For the 3rd year in a row, these people have impressed me. They really care about the children in their care.

- submitted by a parent
April 27, 2009
Montessori is the way to go. Intergrates mind/body/soul into the childs lifestyle. The staff and teachers here are very dedicated to the well-being and overall growth of the child. Thier teaching styles and love of the program combined with parent involvement make it a win-win situation. My son has learned and grown very well under this style of education. I enjoy the group interactions and encouragement for the child to be responsible for thier actions and thier part of the community. These benefits are only topped by the fact that they are a charter school! Why place a child in the public school system when there is MDS available?

- submitted by a parent
April 26, 2009
Why choose a montessori education? there are many reasons i have decided to enroll my two children at this school. a montessori education includes a complete body/mind/spirit approach and we find our children excel academically as well. there is emphasis on the learning process which includes developing a stratagy of how to think, as much as the individual concept itself. the children are learning through manipulation of materials and strengthening their cognitive processes with various learning techniques. the teachers provide an environment of mutual respect and leadership which in turn, helps the children create a community with each other.

- submitted by a parent
April 20, 2009
I enrolled my kids in this school when my oldest child entered middle school. The class sizes are small, the teaching staff is dedicated, and my children excel when they graduate from the middle school program. We moved to a suburb in 2002 and I still drive my children 40 minutes each way because the quality of education and community sense can't be surpassed anywhere I've looked, and, trust me, I've looked. What I love about this school is the fact that they teach your children how to think! Their problem solving skills are exceptional because of the training that they've received.

- submitted by a parent
April 20, 2009
My daughter has gone here since preschool. She has had the absolute best teachers. Very interactive with parents. Very interested in the children.

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 16, 2008
I love this school. Both of my sons have loved it and done well there. It is a wonderful learning environment for the children, all the staff, teachers, office staff and principal, will all take the time to communicate with you. I feel that my children are getting a great education in an environment that is child friendly, safe and respectful of them.

- submitted by a parent
no rating September 18, 2008
This is my daughter's second year at this school and my husband and I just love it. She has learned so much. I truly believe in the 'montessori way'.

- submitted by a parent
September 17, 2008
I am a parent of 2 that attend this campus of Montessori. Both my husband and I believe wholeheartedly in the principles and philosophy here and both of our children (3 and 4 years old) absolutely love to attend. I feel like this campus is an extension of the home. Everyone is so caring and peaceful and it has helped both of my children relate to each other so much better at home. They feel that school is a safe place and therefore they have opened up their minds to learning and experiencing so much. We are grateful to have found this campus for our children.

- submitted by a parent
no rating September 17, 2008
I am a parent. My daughter is a student at mountainside montessori School since Kindergarten. I find staff and management very helpful. There is a lot of communication. My daughter loves to go School. I am very satisfied with her knowledge and learning.

- submitted by a parent
January 03, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
December 25, 2007
My girls have gone to the school for almost 4 years. My oldest is in 2nd grade and my youngest is in Kindergarten. I love the principal, she is really good with everyone and will always take the time to communicate. They have chosen some really wonderful teachers and at the end of the day my daughters are happy to go to school and are thriving. They are able to work at there own pace and most of the kids are above grade level in Reading and Writing. I would highly recommend this school to any other parent , as a parent and an ex teacher as well.

- submitted by a parent
December 21, 2007
I am currently a junior in high school. I attended MDS from Pre-school through the sixth grade. I went to a Prepatory Academy right out of elementry. MDS gave me a head start by providing me with a large vocab range, learning strategies, different ways to approach problems, group projects, and respect towards others. My experiance way very possitive and set me up for a bright future.

- submitted by a student
July 02, 2007
I have been a parent at MDS for almost 4 years. It did take time to get used to the Montessori theory, but it does work. The teachers a dedicated to the kids and try to work with the parents. to the parents of any school aged child, get involved with your school no matter how small it may seem, your presence is important and is stressed at MDS. The staff I have known for 4 yrs and it can seem chaotic, but it is a small environment, with only 2 people to help an entire school community. I also want parents to now the extracurricular activities are not Mds responsibility to inform of any changes, they are private individuals using the school so parents don't have to travel. Overall I like the school and my kids have done exceedingly well, my oldest transitioned beautifully to public school this year.

- submitted by a parent
June 14, 2007
My children attend this school and although the staff is wonderful, I feel the school does not have any problem solving capabilitys. I feel everything is swept under the carpet which is not fair to the parents, things that happen do not bother me as much as having to here it through the grape vine, tell me what is going on. On the other hand they will go above and beyond to help you children and I really like the montessori style of education.

- submitted by a parent
May 31, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
May 20, 2007
There is something I can't put my finger on, but after 1 year, we will not be back and our overall impression is there is something VERY wrong. The teachers, personnel and staff have what can be characterized as negative dispositions, an astounding lack of organization and technical know how and sub par expectations resulting in poor teaching. There is a lack of program availability. The school itself is in very poor condition despite several parental attempts to raise money and repair the school. There is absolutely NO parent group worth participating in.

- submitted by a parent
May 18, 2007
My children have attended this school for 3 years. I have been very happy with the teacher, principal and staff. All are supportive and understanding. My son who is in 5th grade has excelled and it has been great to see him mature into a considerate, well versed, intelligent individual. My daughter who is in 1st grade has become more independent and aware of the world around her. The extra-curricular activities offered are excellent, especially considering the school size. The teachers have been wonderful and are excellent at keeping the parent involved and inviting parent participation. We will continue to go to this school as long as circumstances allow.

- submitted by a parent
May 09, 2007
Most of the office staff and teachers are wonderful, but that doesn't make up for the complete lack of organization, safety, and educational environment they claim to have.

- submitted by a parent
October 15, 2006
I love this school. All three of my school aged children have gone here, and I would drive from anywhere to allow them to continue to be educated here. This school really 'gets it.' They seem to understand how to foster a sense of independance and self esteem that I have never seen in another program. It is very different at first, but if you allow yourself to step back and watch as the children mature over the years, the results are outstanding. Truly caring, well educated teachers and a great office staff make dealing with the admin a pleasure. Mindy is superb and always willing to go the extra mile.

- submitted by a parent
May 16, 2006
We were attended to this school for 6 month, my son isn't easy to learn and needs to be pushed all the time, what hardly ever happened in this school. Teachers are ok, kids love them, they are nice and friendly, they have some afterschool programms like chess club, karate, dnace, drumms, what is really helpful if u don't want to pay for extended day care. In general i can say this school is good for kids who has no behavior problems and love to learn, as for us, we are looking for public school with more strickt rules and ways of teaching.

- submitted by a parent
February 21, 2006
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- submitted by a parent
January 14, 2006
Wonderful school, great teachers and beautiful campus.

- submitted by a parent
October 05, 2005
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September 08, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
September 08, 2005
This school is lacking in acedemics. I do not believe the teachers are of the best quality and that the kids are well served here. The owner never seems to be up on the latest laws or issues. The admin staff is not very organized. The kids are well behaved and appear happy but more structure is needed. It is not a true Montessori teaching atmosphere.

- submitted by a parent
August 31, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
August 16, 2005
This school has its heart in the right place, but its utter lack of organization and inability to keep staff are unacceptable. The people themselves are fantastic but poor management will keep this school from succeeding. Sad.

- submitted by a parent
June 23, 2005
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- submitted by a former student
June 05, 2005
Most of the teacher are great. The school's adm team needs some help in organization. Otherwise, a good school.

- submitted by a teacher
no rating May 16, 2005
I will be touring this school. I am happy to learn that there is such a variety of Montessori Programs in Central Phoenix.

- submitted by a parent
February 15, 2005
This school is not classic montessori, so know that going in. Also, the office staff isn't the most friendly. Kids are nice and well-behaved, but the curriculum is a bit lacking.

- submitted by a parent
February 17, 2004
The children at the school are generally well behaved and seem happy. To my knowledge there are little or no bullying problems. The teachers are very dedicated and work hard. There is a friendly attitude toward special student needs or parent requests, but actual action can be very slow (the wise parent will keep checking on progress). This is not a high-tech school. There is no general library to borrow from, although some books are in each classroom for day use. There is no cafeteria but a school kitchen is frequently used to make food for special events/fundraising. Very good coach.

- submitted by a parent
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(602) 943-7672
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