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.
The Feb 13 Education Town Hall included one segment on issues with charter school facilities and one on the DC auditor’s report on enrollment and
On our show on Thursday May 9, we had a wide-ranging discussion about the role of advisory neighborhood commissions (ANCs) in our publicly funded schools,
The January 10 show for Education Town Hall, our first show for 2019, will be a discussion with lawyers Mary Levy and Kent Withycombe of
Jesse Hagopian, Seattle teacher and editor of Rethinking Schools, discussed Teaching for Black Lives, including the first-hand experiences which led to his essay on “Shock
B.U.S. Thursday is back — rescheduled to the 5th Thursday this month — as schools around the country begin the new year. Click here for