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Friday, June 22, 2018

Eagle Academy Students Showcase Their Water Robots

This Monday was pajama day for second graders at Eagle Academy Public Charter School, a charter school in Congress Heights with students in pre-K...

How Low Should I Fly My Helicopter

Modern parenting gets more complicated every day. Keeping tabs on your child physically is no longer enough; you also need to know where they...

The Advantages of Single-Gender Schools

Single-gender education, the teaching of male or female students in separate classes or schools, was common in the United States until the twentieth century....

Penn Hill Mini Golf Pop-Up

On Saturdays from noon to 8 p.m. and Sundays from noon to 6 p.m., come play at Penn Hill Mini Golf. Each hole is...

Constitution Family Day at the National Archives

Delegates to the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia debated, compromised and came up with a new framework of government for our country. On Sept. 17,...

Theater J Announces Yiddish Theater Lab

Theater J, the nation’s largest and most prominent Jewish theater, has launched Yiddish Theater Lab. This program is dedicated to preserving and reviving the...

Getting into the School Lottery Game

Keisha Campbell is a single mother of twins entering kindergarten this year. She also has a teenaged son and a time-consuming job as an...

Going for Freedom

On June 14, 7 p.m., at Deanwood Library, in costume and using monologue and original poetry, Marcia E. Cole recounts dramatic and imaginative escapes...

Report Card Time Has Come And Gone

The first half of the District of Columbia 2016-2017 public school year is over. Traditional public schools and public charter schools have issued report...

Saturday Mornings at The National

Visit the National Theatre on select Saturday mornings for free programs that engage and inspire young minds. Saturday programming is best suited for children...