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Topic - Justin Hamilton
A suburban Chicago man has been charged in the deaths of two teenagers who were found shot in the head in the basement of a home on Chicago's South Side.
The Bobcats announced they've signed center Justin Hamilton to a 10-day contract.
"Congress has given the trust the resources it needs to expand the program, and we've given them all the technical support and assistance required of us by law," said Justin Hamilton, a spokesman for the Department of Education. "While we've agreed to carry out a congressionally mandated scientific study of the program's effectiveness, the administration still opposes voucher programs because we believe every child deserves a world-class education."
"Though we agreed to allow a modest increase in the number of students admitted to the D.C. voucher program next year to comply with a congressionally-mandated study, there has been absolutely no change in policy," DOE spokesman Justin Hamilton said Thursday. "Our focus is on making sure all students get a world-class education. The best way to do that is by reforming our public school system."