Teaching assistant Mary Robinson, second from right, works with student Wesley Dunn, right, while teacher Peter Sjogren, left, works with Kolby Dunston, second from left, and Camille Edmonds, center, March 31 at Dynamic Community Charter School in Raleigh.
Teaching assistant Mary Robinson, second from right, works with student Wesley Dunn, right, while teacher Peter Sjogren, left, works with Kolby Dunston, second from left, and Camille Edmonds, center, March 31 at Dynamic Community Charter School in Raleigh. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
Teaching assistant Mary Robinson, second from right, works with student Wesley Dunn, right, while teacher Peter Sjogren, left, works with Kolby Dunston, second from left, and Camille Edmonds, center, March 31 at Dynamic Community Charter School in Raleigh. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com

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