Experienced local advocates talking about DC’s public schools and advocacy for them.
“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
I became a teacher to build a better world, a world where people matter. But I’ve lost myself in the maze of NCLB graphite circles
The Education Town Hall with Thomas Byrd: John Settles (in studio), education advocate and one-time candidate for the At-Large seat on the DC Council; Trayon
“If you’re from Barry Farm, you’re entitled to the same education opportunity as those who live on Brandywine Street in Northwest,” attorney Johnny Barnes told