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DCPS Child Abuse Suit Expands

When Carlet Harris, a mother of twins with austim, picked up her son from Ludlow Taylor Elementary School (659 G St. NE), she was...

DC Water’s New Children’s Book Addresses Wastewater

If you ever took a field trip to the local sewage treatment plant when you were a kid, a new book from DC Water...

Support Services Make the Transition

When schools, childcare, and other child-related facilities closed suddenly a few weeks into the Covid-19 pandemic, parents were left scrambling to cover their children’s...

The Deepening Digital Divide

As a working parent and candidate for Ward 8 State Board of Education, LaJoy Law (lajoylaw2020.com) is dependent on the Internet. To stay connected...

Black Lives in the Classroom

Cornerstone School Principal and Executive Director Derrick Max remembers watching video of the murder of George Floyd. Floyd was killed by Minneapolis police May...

Successes and Challenges in Distance Learning

Experts say that developing quality remote learning plans is something that would ordinarily take school districts months, if not years, of planning. The COVID-19...

Eisenhower Memorial Dedication Postponed

In consideration of public health, the Eisenhower Memorial dedication ceremony and associated events, originally scheduled on VE-Day in May, have been postponed until Thursday, Sept....

Vocational Programs Link Students with District Economy

The DC skyline is dominated by cranes. The region patronizes its high-tech hospitals. And, its schools attract students from around the nation. Amazon is...

How Art Can Heal and Expand Horizons

On a recent Wednesday morning, six students gathered around the table in art teacher Donna Bonavia’s AP Studio Art classroom and talked about how...

St Jerome Institute

St. Jerome Institute (SJI), an independent liberal arts high school located in Ward 5 on Perry Street, N.E., began the second quarter of its...
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