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.

03/03/2015

by Natalie Wexler
March 3, 2015

Students who are homeless, in foster care, or otherwise "at risk" are more likely to be in the DC Public School system than in charter schools. And the more at-risk kids a school has, the lower its standardized test scores.

 

03/03/2015

By Michael Alison Chandler
March 3, 2015

03/03/2015

by Michael Alison Chandler
March 3, 2015

03/03/2015
by Arianna Prothero 
March 3, 2015  
A national poll of U.S.
03/03/2015

By Lauren Camera
March 3, 2015

02/28/2015
(Washington, DC)  Today, Mayor Muriel Bowser, joined by Deputy Mayor for Education Jennie Niles, announced tweaks to the DC Public Schools Student Assignment Plan at Randle Highlands Elementary School in Ward 7. Mayor Bowser also announced the appointment of Hanseul Kang to serve as the State Superintendent of Education.
 
Last year, the District of Columbia undertook the first comprehensive review of student assignment and DCPS school boundaries since 1968.
02/27/2015

by Michael Alison Chandler and Aaron C. Davis
February 27, 2015

02/25/2015

by Michael Alison Chandler
February 25, 2015

02/25/2015

by Natalie Wexler  
February 25, 2015

02/24/2015

by Michael Alison Chandler
February 24, 2015

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