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 proposed FY 2020 budget for DC Public Schools will severely underfund neighborhood schools, disproportionately cutting funds for students most at-risk, according to WTU Local
Three current and former DCPS students joined the Education Town Hall on August 9, and two remained in conversation with DC Council Chair Phil Mendelson
Update: Full recording and show report here. On the August 9 show, the Education Town Hall hears from three young adult guests about their DC
Councilmember Elissa Silverman (Ind, at-large), who is up for re-election this year, and Emily Gasoi, candidate for Ward 1 representative to DC’s State Board of
Markus Batchelor, candidate for Ward 8 Representative to DC’s State Board of Education, and Bonita Goode, candidate for Ward 8 Councilmember, joined the Education Town