The December 13 Education Town Hall show will be a year-end review of events in DC public education in 2018 with two guests: Rachel Cohen
Community members discuss construction hazards and testing for lead in school water, plans to build an electrical substation next to an elementary school and more.
Update: Recording and more on 9/13 show Local parents join the Education Town Hall on September 13 to discuss efforts for healthier school environments in
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.
Rocketship Education (RSED.org) is taking steps toward a $23 million development in the Southeast sector of Washington, DC: We’re incredibly excited about the facility for
“My big message,” Abigail Smith, DC’s Deputy Mayor for Education, told listeners, is “please, PLEASE take advantage of the various ways to engage” in the