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Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
Topic - H.D. Woodson High School
D.C. Schools Chancellor Kaya Henderson stood before a room of high school athletes in a swanky Verizon Center dining room Monday and reminded them of their hard work, good grades and effort to "do what was good and right" in the run-up to their showdown in the annual Turkey Bowl.
Scroll through Joshua Morgan's Twitter mentions from the past three days and a sick feeling takes hold of your stomach.
As another school year begins across the region, the District of Columbia and Montgomery County open their doors under new leadership and with widely contrasting academic and socioeconomic challenges.
High school booster clubs take note: Uncle Sam may start checking the books to see that the boys and the girls get the same cut.
Excuse me handsome, what time do you have?" asks Angela Miller, Ms. Wheelchair D.C. 2009, of Bernard Harrison as she scoots through the hallways of the District's Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library.