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Some D.C. charters kick out a high percent of students

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If you were a student at Maya Angelou Public Charter School last year, odds are you were suspended or expelled, if not both. The Capitol View middle school kicked out 70 percent of its students last school year either temporarily or permanently, according to data released Thursday by the DC Public Charter School Board. At Maya Angelou's high school campus, 41 percent of students were suspended...

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