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Can D.C. Schools Be Fixed?

Kelly Miller Middle School opened its doors in a struggling Northeast Washington neighborhood in 2004, a $35 million showcase for the District's public schools, every classroom equipped with a whiteboard and computers. A particular source of pride was a media production room, where students could...
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By Dan Keating and V. Dion Haynes

 
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