(Washington Examiner) — Step into the brand new Wilson High in Tenleytown and you might think you are in a different city’s public schools. Nearly half the students are white; and as the teaching staff improves and local families get a load of the new facilities, more white parents from the neighborhood will certainly send their precious offspring to Wilson. It might not be too surprising that white families are choosing Wilson. It is, after all, center stage in Upper Caucasia. But white parents across Washington, D.C. are putting their children in public schools, from Shaw to Capitol Hill. Anacostia is next. News flash: District of Columbia Public Schools are becoming integrated ?– with white people. In D.C. today, diversity means adding Caucasians.