Former vice principal runs against 18-year-old education liaison
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Former vice principal runs against 18-year-old education liaison

The Washington Post's Hamil Harris reports on the race between Edward Burroughs and Stephen Morris, running to fill an empty seat in the District 8 Board of Education Race. (Hamil Harris/The Washington Post)

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