Posts Tagged ‘Kaya Henderson’

District Line Daily: Wilson High Principal, Seriously Fired

A whole lot of people had a miserable morning commute today.

District Line Daily: Not in the President’s Front Yard

A man hopped the White House fence and made it inside.

Some DCPS Students Were Assigned to Compare George W. Bush to Adolf Hitler

After a picture of the assignment spread on Twitter, DCPS Chancellor Kaya Henderson said the teacher would apologize.

DCPS Slams WaPo Column on School Absence Policy as Misleading and Inaccurate

Kaya Henderson vs. Petula Dvorak

DCPS Enrollment Numbers Continue to Increase

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 [...]

District Line Daily: Who Will be D.C.’s Next Attorney General?

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Paul Zukerberg successfully spearheaded a persistent and lengthy legal battle to ensure that D.C.'s first-ever election [...]

District Line Daily: Bowser Wants to Keep Henderson

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If elected mayor, Democratic mayoral nominee Muriel Bowser says she would keep Chancellor Kaya Henderson as the head of [...]

District Line Daily: Almost on Track

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What work still needs to be completed before the Silver Line is ready for passengers? There [...]

District Line Daily: The Community Searches for Relisha

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On Sunday, dozens of volunteers joined the effort to find missing Relisha Rudd, searching through [...]

District Line Daily: Every Day’s a Snow Day

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Once again, we're having a snow day in D.C. That means you should have moved [...]

District Line Daily: D.C. Still Not Free

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The Government Accountability Office issued a blow to D.C. Thursday, writing in a report that [...]

District Line Daily: District of Freezing

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If you haven't noticed, it's painfully cold outside this morning, with temperatures in the area already [...]

District Line Daily: Robbed in 2013

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In 2013, D.C. reported nearly 1,400 robberies involving a gun—a drop of 6 percent from 2012.
LEADING [...]

District Line Daily: More Snow?

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The freezing rain in the area should stop this afternoon, but the relief may only be [...]

D.C. Students Improve More on Math, Reading than National Average

If the Nation's Report Card is an apt indicator of student progress, then the District's public school students are improving at a higher rate than their national counterparts, though their achievement still lags behind the national average.
The results of the National Assessment of Education Progress, often referred to as the Nation's Report Card, were released [...]

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