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QOTD #26 Patel: Although enrollment in the region's high school

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Patel: Although enrollment in the region's high school has been decreasing for several years, enrollment at the elementary school has grown considerably. Therefore, the regional school board proposes building a new elementary school.

Quintero: Another solution would be to convert some high school classrooms temporarily into classrooms for elementary school students.

Which of the following, if true, most helps to support Quintero's alternative proposal?

(A) Some rooms at the high school cannot be converted into rooms suitable for the use of elementary school students.
(B) The cost of building a high school is higher than the cost of building an elementary school.
(C) Although the birth rate has not increased, the number of families sending their children to the region's high school has increased markedly.
(D) A high school atmosphere could jeopardize the safety and self-confidence of elementary school students.
(E) Even before the region's high school population began to decrease, several high school classrooms rarely needed to be used
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(E) Even before the region's high school population began to decrease, several high school classrooms rarely needed to be used
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If high school classrooms are rarely used, using those for elementary schooling won't hurt high school students.
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