Candidates in the upcoming election give some “closing arguments” on their education policies in advance of the June 21 Democratic Primary Election in DC. Joining
We Act Radio special programming Two former DCPS administrators join We Act Radio to discuss concerns about reorganization and training they found harmful to students
Equal access, inclusion at a distance, and basic health and safety are crucial and urgent concerns for schools and their libraries amidst pandemic. WTU President
The Education Town Hall is temporarily unable to broadcast due to stay-at-home and social distancing orders. Meanwhile, some urgent information and a few pertinent, free
DC needs a broad assessment of where we are, given that the city has made little, if any, progress in the last decade in closing achievement and opportunity gaps for students of color says Robt White, At-Large.
Thurs March 12 at 11 a.m., Education Town Hall hosts At-Large DC Council Member Robert White.