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November 17, 1989 | DAVID OLMOS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
While Solidarity leader Lech Walesa stood before Congress this week and asked for assistance for the ailing economies of Eastern Europe, Carey Vigor-Zierk was sitting at her home computer and working on ways that she might lend a hand. Vigor-Zierk, a third-generation Polish-American, has formed a small company that is trying to obtain computer equipment for Poland's first alternative high school. But she has run into a lot of bureaucratic red tape.
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July 2, 1998 | DAVID HOLLEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Dominika Wieclawska, 14, convinced she had done poorly on the most important test of her life, fought back her disappointment as she emerged from Witkacy High School, one of Warsaw's best. "I didn't know the answers," she lamented, explaining that she had been able to respond to just three of five questions on a standardized two-hour math test that was only part of her entrance exam ordeal.
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July 2, 1998 | DAVID HOLLEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Dominika Wieclawska, 14, convinced she had done poorly on the most important test of her life, fought back her disappointment as she emerged from Witkacy High School, one of Warsaw's best. "I didn't know the answers," she lamented, explaining that she had been able to respond to just three of five questions on a standardized two-hour math test that was only part of her entrance exam ordeal.
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November 17, 1989 | DAVID OLMOS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
While Solidarity leader Lech Walesa stood before Congress this week and asked for assistance for the ailing economies of Eastern Europe, Carey Vigor-Zierk was sitting at her home computer and working on ways that she might lend a hand. Vigor-Zierk, a third-generation Polish-American, has formed a small company that is trying to obtain computer equipment for Poland's first alternative high school. But she has run into a lot of bureaucratic red tape.
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