D.C. Public Schools
The number of students in District of Columbia public schools who are taking Advanced Placement exams has increased dramatically in the last decade.
An elementary school principal’s claim that she saw teachers erasing answers on students’ test sheets had reached District of Columbia Schools Chancellor Kaya Henderson’s desk within 24 hours of the alleged incident in late 2010.
District of Columbia public school students will get new musical instruments, books, computers, art supplies and science lab equipment thanks to $10 million in funding that had been left unspent.
After the most recent national test score release, D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray says things are looking up for District schools.
Education Secretary Arne Duncan says District of Columbia school officials deserve credit for big leaps in scores on the Nation’s Report Card.
D.C. schools officials say they’ve fired a school bus driver charged with driving under the influence of alcohol after police say his bus was left in the middle of a Capitol Hill street with three children and an aide aboard.
Public school teachers in the District of Columbia are improving their performance because they’re motivated by the possibility of substantial pay raises or because they don’t want to get fired, according to a study.
D.C. Public Schools received its highest test scores in six years and Mayor Vincent Gray wants that trend to continue.
District of Columbia public and charter school students have achieved their highest marks ever on the city’s standardized tests.
Fresh off the heels of his education reform speech that was met with some protest Thursday, D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray continues to push for changing the educational landscape in the District.