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Eventually we're hoping to compile a list of schools[?] ones that would benefit considerably from ...

Where [?] is, would a semi-colon suit? What punctuation mark would be correct here and why?

A simple comma perhaps?

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More context is needed for a definitive answer. Is this the first part of an enumeration? Is there a special reason for using "ones"? How does the sentence continue? –  Cerberus Feb 28 '11 at 14:42
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None.

Toss out ones:

... schools that would benefit...

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I suggest using "such - which" as in Eventually we're hoping to compile a list of such schools which would benefit considerably from

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