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Ward 6 Mutual Aid Kicks Off Back to School Fundraiser

Serve Your City/Ward 6 Mutual Aid (SYC/W6MA) today kicked off its second annual Back to School Bash fundraiser aimed at providing critical support like...

To Help Students Recover from the Pandemic, We Must Support Families

We have heard a lot about what students need to recover from more than a year of disruption to school and their lives from...

Celebrate Your 2021 Grad in the Hill Rag

Celebrate them! Show your pride by putting their photo in the special Graduation Issue of the Hill Rag, out in June. The deadline to submit is Friday,...

Community Conversation with Returning Citizens April 20

Please join Neighbors for Justice and Capitol Hill Village next Tue, April 20 at 6:30 p.m. for a Community Conversation with Returning Citizens. This is...

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...
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