Following are all UrbanTurf articles filed under Dcps, from most recent to least.
Nena Perry-Brown | October 30th 2019
Today, the mayor's office announced a partnership with Landed, a company which offers down payment assistance to teachers and other school employees.... read»
Nena Perry-Brown | August 16th 2017
The mayor has announced that the Stevens School will be reopened as a child development center and to accommodate an expansion of School Without Walls... read»
Nena Perry-Brown | June 27th 2016
A new report shows that DC students attend higher-performing and more diverse schools when their families are empowered to choose.... read»
Shilpi Paul | June 19th 2013
For this edition of One on One, we talked to Austyn Brickler, one of the founders of Lee Montessori, a DC public charter school that just received app... read»
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Shilpi Paul | February 12th 2013
In early April, the DC Public Charter School Board will consider applications for a new round of charter schools. And one of those applications would ... read»
Shilpi Paul | January 25th 2013
After Garrison Elementary showed up on Chancellor Kaya Henderson school closure list, Garrison parents immediately mobilized. And it ended up paying o... read»
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