Wanda Lockridge told the Education Town Hall how the William O. Lockridge Community Foundation supports students in DC’s Wards 7 and 8.
Honoring the memory of teacher, coach, and board of education member William Lockridge, the foundation provides scholarships to college-bound students and funds an “International Ambassadors” program bringing middle school students to Africa. Their annual fund-raiser, “Dancing with the Scholars” pairs high school students with State Board of Education members.
Educational entertainer Ayanna Gregory and comedian Laughin Lenny, who will be on the Nov. 8 program, each describe why they are involved and share a taste of their work. See Tracks 3 and 4 below.
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Showing Up and Joining the Council Race
On Track 5, Tatisha West of the Georgia Avenue Family Support Collaborative discusses the Show Up Stand Out movement for truancy prevention, and DC Council candidate Courtney Snowden, a 6th generation Washingtonian, relates how education issues launched her campaign.
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