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Morning Roundup:

From The Washington Post: Report finds KIPP students outscore public school peers


Middle school students in the Knowledge Is Power Program, a charter school network with a major footprint in the District and other cities, significantly outperform their public school peers on reading and math tests, according to a new study.

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From The New York Times: Gone Fishing on Scholarship, With Hopes of Turning Pro

Jake Lawrence and Jacob Hardy became the first students in the United States to receive athletic scholarships for competitive bass fishing

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From NPR: Parents In Santa Monica Raise Money For Schools

Public schools are letting out for the summer, but for many budget-strapped school districts this year, there isn't going to be time for vacation. In wealthy Santa Monica, Calif., parents will be spending the summer trying to raise $7 million to keep class sizes the same, teachers employed and school nurses and librarians on the job.

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