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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Wilson High School
The smallest club at Wilson High School was huddled around senior Jason Perry during an afternoon meeting in late January, listening to its leader give instructions about camera angles. The Tiger Sports Network, created by Perry just six months ago, had a busy day ahead. The four-man team would have to shoot a wrestling match and a swimming meet later that afternoon - and Perry knew exactly where he wanted each of his videographers positioned at the events.
Woodrow Wilson High School's football team was disqualified from this week's Turkey Bowl after D.C. school officials learned that one of the players lives in Maryland.
I am a student at American University. On a recent visit to Ballou Senior High School in Southeast Washington as part of a project addressing education reform, it became apparent that the poorest public high school in Washington was last in line for improvement.
This school year in the nation's capital began like many others in recent years, with a noticeable student-population decline and low graduation rate.