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D.C. officials want to add algebra classes, lacrosse and archery in middle schools

By Alejandra Matos
February 24, 2017

D.C. Public Schools plans to spend $6.2 million in its 2018 budget to bring algebra classes, engineering and computer science electives, coding clubs, lacrosse and archery to its middle schools. 

Mayor Muriel E. Bowser (D) and DCPS Chancellor Antwan Wilson announced the proposed spending Friday, marking another year of the school system putting emphasis on resources for middle and high schools.

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