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Congratulations to our Distinguished Innovator Awards program winners! We're so pleased to honor district winner Vancouver Public Schools (Vancouver, WA); school winner Strayer Middle School in Quakertown, PA; and educator winner Dieuwertje Kast of the USC Joint Educational Project--Young Scientists Program in Los Angeles, CA. Look for profiles on these incredible winners in the coming weeks.
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