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Topic - Dave Bartlett
Allison Willette's first few skiing lessons left her with a sore butt and aching knees but not a lot of skills. But one day's worth of terrain-based learning made all the difference.
D.C. Mayor Vincent C. Gray should have been more prepared for the waves of bad publicity that overtook his young administration and been able to turn the public's attention to his achievements and goals over the next four years, political analysts say.
The new method puts the emphasis on shaping those forces, Bartlett said, getting students more comfortable more quickly.