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Thirty-six schools have entered into partnerships with 27 groups so far, according to DCPS.
Up to 400 students and teachers could travel abroad this summer.
In which readers compare Mrs. Bradley to a Renaissance duchess—not in a good way
Just 24 percent of students "met or exceeded" expectations in math.
The achievement gap can be seen throughout D.C.
Mills is trying to recover what he claims is his lawful share of a multimillion dollar settlement resulting from his lawsuit against school food vendor Chartwells.
“These students should be living and thriving, not planning to end their lives."
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.