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Remarks by the President to Students and Faculty at Merritt Elementary School
President George W. Bush visits with students at the Merritt Elementary School in Washington, D.C., Jan. 25, 2001. "We're here to applaud leadership and teachers," said the President. "We're here to applaud a school and a district that has got a vision -- a vision of high standards and strong measurement systems.  A school that not only measures, but when it finds deficiency, corrects.  A school that recognizes an accountability will work when you view each child as a child, not as part of a group." White House photo by Eric Draper.

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