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If I could ask the President to help my school, I would...

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By Danterry Brown, 7
Recorded at Edgar P. Harney Spirit of Excellence Academy on October 25, 2012
Description:
Students were asked what they would tell the Presidental Candidates they need, or want changed, in their school and community.



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