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The Whiz Kids referred to members of United States President John F. Kennedy's administration, led by Robert S. McNamara.


Whiz Kids was also the title of a short-lived 1983 American adventure TV series about a group of teenaged computer hackers who work as amateur detectives when they aren't doing their homework.


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Whiz Kids - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (727 words)
The Whiz Kids were ten United States Army Air Forces veterans of World War II who became Ford Motor Company executives in 1946.
As an extension of the earlier description, the term less famously was later used to describe some members of United States President John F. Kennedy's administration, led by Robert S. McNamara.
Whiz Kids was also the title of a short-lived 1983 American adventure TV series about a group of teenaged computer hackers who work as amateur detectives when they aren't doing their homework.
Welcome to Whiz Kid's Tutoring (363 words)
Whiz Kids is a faith-based, one-on-one volunteer tutoring/mentoring program focusing on first through eighth grade students who live in areas which have some of the highest drop-out rates and lowest socioeconomic levels in Oklahoma City.
Whiz Kids is proactive and preventative in nature, targeting inner-city schools and students who are reading below grade level and who could benefit most from a one-on-one relationship with a caring adult.
Kids who have little positives in their lives are being given hope fur success as adults and positive role models to pattern themselves after.
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