Joshua Cooley, center, looks for answers with classmates during a scavenger hunt during a social studies class on the first day of the boys-only Wake Young Men’s Leadership Academy in Raleigh on Monday, August 13, 2012.
Joshua Cooley, center, looks for answers with classmates during a scavenger hunt during a social studies class on the first day of the boys-only Wake Young Men’s Leadership Academy in Raleigh on Monday, August 13, 2012. Shawn Rocco N&O file photo
Joshua Cooley, center, looks for answers with classmates during a scavenger hunt during a social studies class on the first day of the boys-only Wake Young Men’s Leadership Academy in Raleigh on Monday, August 13, 2012. Shawn Rocco N&O file photo

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