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Wayne Kurtz, a teacher in one of the poorest areas of Los Angeles, California, captured his students acting out their own version of Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet," preparing for Pi week, and flaunting stickers after a grueling week of Spring testing.
—Wayne Kurtz, English teacher, Firebaugh High School, Lynwood, CA

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