Is the District of Columbia preparing to provide “adequate funding” to all of its schools with its new “fair funding” legislation? Or is it setting
“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
For the first time in over 30 years, the District of Columbia is re-drawing school boundaries and feeder patterns. Abigail Smith, DC’s Deputy Mayor for
Researchers charged with evaluating DC’s Public Education Reform Amendment Act — that is, mayoral control of DC schools — spoke with Thomas Byrd on this
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