Dion Haynes joined The Washington Post in 2005 and covers the D.C. Public Schools. In 2007, he worked on the series "Fixing D.C.'s Schools," which won a Scripps Howard Award for best web reporting. He also wrote about two high-achieving young men at Ballou High School for the paper's 2006 "Being a Black Man" series, which won the Casey medal and has become a book. Before joining The Post, he worked at the Chicago Tribune for 13 years, where he covered the Chicago Public Schools and served as a national correspondent based in Los Angeles.
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