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SCHOOLS & LEARNING | Washington Post reporters take readers inside the classroom to find out more about education today.

Senior David Wang takes notes during class. (By Sarah L. Voisin -- The Washington Post)

I didn't see many other reporters Tuesday in the narrow, second-floor meeting room of the Phoenix Park Hotel in the District. A U.S. senator's party switch and new National Assessment of Educational Progress data were a bigger draw. But in the long term, the news conference at the hotel might prove...
 
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