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WASHINGTON, D.C., FEBRUARY 19, 2013: Aria Nickens, 4, second from right, Santonio Long, 4, left, and Destin Lewis, 3, center, listen to Rachel Hickman, right, lead teacher at AppleTree Early Learning Public Charter School who teaches them how to read and pronounce the letters of the alphabet during early morning lessons at the Apple Tree Early Learning Public Charter School in Southwest. President Obama proposed universal public preschool to raise the educational level; DC is already doing it. A look at how it's working out, visiting a class of preschoolers in DC. (Photo by ASTRID RIECKEN For The Washington Post via Getty Images)
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WASHINGTON, D.C., FEBRUARY 19, 2013: Aria Nickens, 4, second from right, Santonio Long, 4, left, and Destin Lewis, 3, center, listen to Rachel Hickman, right, lead teacher at AppleTree Early Learning Public Charter School who teaches them how to read and pronounce the letters of the alphabet during early morning lessons at the Apple Tree Early Learning Public Charter School in Southwest. President Obama proposed universal public preschool to raise the educational level; DC is already doing it. A look at how it's working out, visiting a class of preschoolers in DC. (Photo by ASTRID RIECKEN For The Washington Post via Getty Images)
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