Join Us For Drinks on a School Night!
DCSRN's Young Professionals Committee and Education Reform Now are hosting the second annual fundraiser in support of DCSRN on April 26th! Come out to Provision No. 14 from 6:00pm-9:00pm and learn more about the High Quality Schools Campaign while networking with DC professionals. Tickets are $25 and include complimentary cocktails and hors d'oeuvres. Buy your ticket today!
Virtual School Tour: Washington Latin
Washington Latin, a quality public charter middle school located in Ward 4, moved to another facility since we took our last tour. Step inside and experience an amazing class on the ancient Egyptians, see inquiry-based science in action, and find out why more than one student said that the teachers are their favorite thing about school!
May 1st: Common Enrollment Deadline
If your child received a match through the DC common lottery, you have until Monday, May 1st to complete enrollment. To enroll, fill out the school's enrollment forms online and remember to present your proof of DC residency and completed My School DC enrollment form at your child's school in-person.
In Case You Missed It: Must Reads
- March 1—Just What IS a Charter School, Anyway?
- March 16—Trump Seeks to Slash Education Department but Make Big Push for School Choice
- March 18—Education Budget Cuts, Student Aid Problems and More
- March 22—Do Healthy Lunches Improve Student Test Scores?
- March 22—The Supreme Court Rules in Favor of a Special Education Student
- March 29—The 2016 Education Choice and Competition Index
- March 5—"If it's Good for the Kids, Then I Want it": D.C. schools Chief Talks One Month into the Job
- March 6—Entire Senior Class at D.C.'s Ballou High School Applies to College for First Time
- March 8—D.C. Officials Offer Details on Proposed Walkability Preference for Charters, but Concerns Remain
- March 8—The New DCPS Chancellor is Going Ward by Ward, Asking for Input on D.C.'s Schools
- March 9—Betsy DeVos Said Jefferon Middle Teachers Were in 'Receive Mode.' Here's How They Responded
- March 17—A New Effort to put D.C. High School Students on the Path to Graduation
- March 22—Is Your School Worth One Star or Five? D.C. Officials Approve New Rating System.
- March 22—What Does a Full Ride to George Washington University Look Like? This.
- March 23—Science-Loving Teens from Ghana and D.C. Geek Out Together
- March 25—Students Serve Up Stories of Beloved Family Recipes in a Global Cookbook
- March 27—D.C. School System Launches Effort to Help Girls of Color - but Not an All-Girls School