Why D.C. Can't Read

The Washington Post takes a look at the D.C. public schools' misplaced priorities and shortsightedness.The result of this abysmal record is that a third of the city's high school students drop out without graduating. An equal percentage of District adults read at or below the third-grade level. More than half the city's schools -- including seven high schools -- have no librarian.

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