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56 D.C. charter schools don't have nurses

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Less than half of the District's public charter schools employed a school nurse this year, leading to spotty tracking of students' allergies and inconsistent responses to injured students, school officials told The Washington Examiner. "To me, it's like a ticking time bomb," said Scott Pearson, executive director of the DC Public Charter School Board. Of the 103 charter school campuses in the...

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