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The `` public interest '' groups
Educational policies are formed by several groups who are officially or unofficially appointed to act in the public interest.
Legislators are one such group, and state legislators have major responsibility for educational legislation.
They generally vote so as to serve their own constituency, and if the constituency should be solidly middle class or solidly lower class, they might be expected to vote and work for middle- or for lower-class interests in education.
However, there are relatively few such political constituencies, and, as has been pointed out, there is seldom a clear-cut distinction between the educational interests of one social class and those of another.

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