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The Parent Group Resource Gap

The parents at Maury Elementary (1250 Constitution Ave. NE) have taken on a lot of responsibility to support their neighborhood school. The Capitol Hill...

What is Mayoral Control of DC Schools?

Every election, it’s a key question for candidate and voter alike: do you support mayoral control of the schools? Many people have strong feelings on...

Story Behind Our Schools Preservation Café

With more than 200 years of history, DC Public Schools are the anchors and reflections of the communities they serve. Join the Capitol Hill...

Crafting Personalities

Second grade students at Tyler Elementary School (1001 G St. SE) have created mixed-media representations of themselves on burlap, with paint, simple embroidery and...

The DC School Lottery

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...

Give Local on Giving Tuesday

It's true that it takes a village to ignite real change. Be part of the village this Giving Tuesday. Giving Tuesday is a global generosity movement...

Donations Roll in For Eastern High’s Marching Band

Responding to a Washington Post article by Hill resident Lizzie Johnson about Eastern High School's Marching Band, more than 540 readers have donated more...

Meet the SBOE Candidates

On Nov. 8th, Ward 6 residents will elect a new Ward 6 representative on the DC State Board of Education (SBOE). Incumbent Jessica Sutter...

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),...