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Boy who slept in trash is student of the year MSNBC
For much of his life, 11-year-old D.J. Graffree was a cocky kid who didn't need any adults to look after him or tell him what to do. Now he is an example for other children.

How to avoid pesky NCLB testing requirements EIA Intelligencer
Just start measuring fingers.

Washington state teen wins geography bee MSNBC
What city, divided by a river of the same name, was the imperial capital of Vietnam? The answer won 14-year-old Caitlin Snaring from Redmond, Wash., a $25,000 college scholarship Wednesday at the 19th annual National Geographic Bee.

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