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How to Find a Tutor

After months of shuttered schools and virtual learning, many parents worry that their children have fallen behind academically. Other parents see their students excelling...

A Different Route to Teaching

When her principal approached her one day in 2017, Lolita Fields was working in the after-school program at Appletree Parklands (1801 Mississippi Ave. SE),...

Honorary Washingtonian Bethune Honored with Statue in Capitol

A statue with DC roots has been added to the National Statuary Hall inside the US Capitol. The newest installation was unveiled on July...

Disagreement and Debate: Mayoral Candidates Talk Priorities, Differences

DC Mayoral candidates clashed —for the most part, cordially— in a lively debate May 23 at the Hill Center surrounding key issues facing Washingtonians. The...

DC Council At-Large Candidates Discuss Crime, Housing

On Monday evening, four DC Council At-Large Candidates participated in a forum at the Hill Center (921 Pennsylvania Ave. SE) put on by the...

Masks Optional Inside DC Public Schools Starting Mar. 16

Friday afternoon, DC Public Schools (DCPS) announced that masks would be optional for students beginning Wednesday, Mar. 16. Earlier in the week, DC Health released...

DC Public Schools Lifts Outdoor Mask Mandate

In a letter emailed to families Tuesday afternoon, DC Public Schools (DCPS) Chancellor Lewis Ferebee announced that effective immediately, students, staff and visitors are...

Capitol Hill Learning Academy Teaches for the Future

On a seasonably warm day in January 2022, the students of Capitol Learning Academy (CLA) finished recess at the new Eastern Market Metro Park...

Parent School Organizations Work to Connect Families, Staff and Community

Parent school organizations at elementary, middle and high schools across the District have always been important in our city’s education ecosystem. While their traditional...

How the School Lottery Works

Every student in DC has the right to attend their in-boundary (aka “neighborhood”) school for grades K-12, which is assigned based on their home...
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