DC School Reform Now is educating, organizing and advocating to build support for public education strategies that prepare kids to become college and career ready.

02/24/2015

by Michael Alison Chandler
February 24, 2015

02/24/2015

by Michael Alison Chandler
February 24, 2015

02/23/2015

 by Emma Brown and Michael Alison Chandler
February 23, 2015

02/23/2015

 by Michael Alison Chandler
February 23, 2015

Curious how your child’s school spends its dollars?

D.C. Public Schools created an interactive Web site where you can see where money goes and compare spending with other schools. The site includes detailed information about demographics of enrolled students, staffing and salary information, and changes year to year.

02/22/2015

by Jay Mathews
February 22, 2015

02/21/2015

By Michael Alison Chandler
February 21, 2015

02/20/2015

by Natalie Wexler
February 20, 2015

DC needs to increase the number of highly qualified teachers who work in high-poverty schools. But doing that could require a fundamental change in the way DC Public Schools evaluates and supports teachers.

 

02/19/2015

by Michael Alison Chandler
February 19, 2015

02/19/2015

by Michael Alison Chandler
February 19, 2015

Robert Cane, the executive director of an influential pro-charter school advocacy group in the District, has announced he is leaving his job after more than 16 years.
 

During his tenure at Friends of Choice in Urban Schools (FOCUS), charter school enrollment in the city has grown more than tenfold, from about 3,600 to more than 38,000, representing 44 percent of public school students in the city.

02/18/2015

 by Ashley Jochim, Michael DeArmond, Betheny Gross, Robin Lake
December 2014

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