“These students should be living and thriving, not planning to end their lives."
Posts Tagged ‘DCPS’
The pope's trip is causing 16 schools to close next Wednesday.
D.C. Public Schools has started a campaign to match schools with local sponsors in the hopes of benefiting students and their communities.
Chartwells' withdrawal follows a $19.4 million settlement last month of a whistleblower lawsuit brought by a former DCPS food services director.
David Grosso is trying to persuade D.C. lawmakers who have opposed renewing a $32 million food services contract with Chartwells/Thompson Hospitality to withdraw their opposition.
“How do we look at this and evaluate how all of these different programs are working, and how do we refine it if it’s not? Who do we give the money to and why?”
Transportation may not be the number one issue on parents’ minds as they make their choices, but perhaps it should be.
At least 3,158 homeless children were enrolled in public and charter schools as of mid-January this year.
Can the city really close D.C. General by next year?
Don't pee into someone's basement apartment. It's rude.
Bad yoga studio! Bad!
And the Diamond District helped define the DMV hip-hop scene. Are people still listening?
After a picture of the assignment spread on Twitter, DCPS Chancellor Kaya Henderson said the teacher would apologize.
Kaya Henderson vs. Petula Dvorak
More than 47,000 students started classes at a D.C. public school today at the city's 111 schools—the highest enrollment numbers the system has posted in more than five school years, D.C. Public Schools announced today. These enrollment figures do not include students enrolled in charter schools. Last year, the burgeoning charter school system in D.C. had nearly 37,000 students [...]