Feature Report: “Book Deserts and Their Effects” — with citations and resources Recording, 7/13/17, begins at 2:00 — Over the past few years, the District has been one of three cities involved in a study of access to children’s books…. Read More ›
The competition (charter) model opens new schools without overall planning — sometimes in opposition to community efforts. Listen for its effects on DC’s Ward 7 schools. Today, 7/13/17, on We Act Radio’s Education Town Hall: Valerie Jablow, DCPS parent and… Read More ›
How can existing, often beleaguered, public schools survive and thrive when new charter schools open with no overall planning structure? This discussion will focus on DC’s Ward 7, where a growing number of schools share increasingly meager resources. Thursday, July 13, at 11 a.m. EASTERN. Listen live via TuneIn or check back for recording, posted shortly after air time.
How are schools responding to immigration-related stresses on students and families? How will recent budget decisions affect DC students and teachers? Join the Education Town Hall, Thursday June 8, 11 a.m. — noon Eastern, for the latest. Listen via TuneIn… Read More ›
Students from Ballou Senior High School in DC and teacher/choir director Monica Brokenborough shared “The Contract Song” on today’s Education Town Hall. The song begins at the 49:50 mark — Education Town Hall April 13, 2017. The full segment, which… Read More ›
Feature Report: The “Trump Effect” in Schools (4:20-7:50) Max Ewart, a graduate of DCPS’ School Without Walls Senior High School, shares the latest on hate incidents and diversity issues at his old school. (7:50->) Elizabeth Davis, president of the Washington… Read More ›