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Washington Post education reporter Jay Mathews writes a weekly column for washingtonpost.com, Class Struggle, which runs on Tuesdays.

 
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Challenge Index:
Education reporter Jay Mathews evaluates high schools by weighing their efforts to challenge students. Charts included.
Condolences Pour In for Va. Crash Victims
When they heard about Monday's fatal school bus crash in Arlington, the students -- from John Adams and James K. Polk elementary schools -- wanted to help.

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