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D.C. students score low on nutrition, disease prevention tests

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D.C. students have significant lapses in their knowledge of personal health, safety skills, disease prevention and other health topics including alcohol and drugs, according to the results of a first-time standardized test released Wednesday. State Superintendent of Education Hosanna Mahaley Jones said the scores will allow the District to establish "subject and skill-specific instruction...

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