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A high-quality school anchors a changing neighborhood

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Neighborhoods are changing throughout the District of Columbia. The newly rebranded NoMa community, a long-neglected area south of K Street, has seen much development since the Metro station which bears its name was opened. Close to the intersection of New York and Florida Avenues in Northeast D.C., Two Rivers receives city funds to provide tuition-free public education, filling available...

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