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By Emily Miller
Obama is losing the debate on gun ownership, concealed-carry permits
Topic - Audrey Williams
More than 97 percent of the District's almost 60,000 public school students now have up-to-date vaccinations — a significant improvement since the early 1990s, when less than half of the students were vaccinated, D.C. Department of Health officials say.
THE WASHINGTON TIMES The New York-based nonprofit group founded by acting D.C. schools Chancellor Michelle Rhee will continue working on the nearly $1 million in school consulting contracts it received weeks before Mrs. Rhee was appointed.
Sometimes, D.C. hires "enrollment specialists" to help find the right fit for a student, said Audrey Williams, the board's public affairs manager.
"What we hear from the parents, they would like [their children] to go to another charter," Ms. Williams told The Washington Times on Wednesday.