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The Washington region is at ground-zero for nearly every nationwide conversation about education reform — whether it’s reforming teacher pay in D.C. or opening up more room for charter schools in Virginia. We explore the area’s shifting education landscape with Craig Timberg, education editor at The Washington Post.
- Craig Timberg Education Editor, The Washington Post
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