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New teachers twice as likely to teach in poor D.C. neighborhoods

"Students in the region's poorest neighborhoods are nearly twice as likely to have a new or second-year teacher as those in the wealthiest, a Washington Post analysis has found. The pattern means some of the neediest students attend schools that double as teacher training grounds." University of Virginia economist James Wyckoff described this trend as "remarkably consistent" across the nation.

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