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Charters shell out to renovate long-vacant D.C. school buildings

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With its students divided among three campuses on 16th Street Northwest -- sharing facilities with churches on two -- it's easy to understand why Washington Latin Public Charter School is eager to lease a former D.C. public school. The top-performing charter school is spending $23 million to move into Rudolph Elementary, vacant since it was closed in 2008 under then-D.C. Public Schools...

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