Caving In 

Dead rodents, moldy curtains and black ooze. Inside Richmond's worst public school buildings.

The ceilings at Thompson Middle School started oozing in the fall. Watery, foul-smelling drops of diluted tar fell into classrooms and hallways. The long, wet winter only made things worse. The ooze continues to creep. The staff does what it's always done…

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