From the Washington Post: Sixth-grader Sophie Chang stood in front of a computer monitor near a teacher's desk in a darkened classroom at Julius West Middle School in Rockville.

"Yeah, it's not off. That's not good," she said, flicking off the power switch and making a note on a sheet of paper.

But the lights were off and the blinds and windows closed, so she gave Room 126 a score of three points out of a possible four on a report card issued by the school's Green Team, an after-school club dedicated to promoting energy conservation among students and staff

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