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washingtonpost.com > Education > Columns > Homeroom > Pr. George's
Homeroom: Karin Chenoweth Prince George's County Homeroom, which appears every other week in the Prince George's Extra, is a far-ranging conversation covering subjects related to schools and education in Prince George's County. Your moderator is Karin Chenoweth, an experienced journalist who has written extensively about education issues. She is a veteran of the PTA and has two children in public schools. Send questions, opinions and issues you would like to see discussed to homeroom@washpost.com.

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