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Tuesday, July 27, 2021

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...

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...

Helping Teens Cope With Covid-19

Between the stresses of school and friends, hormones, and parental pressure, the teen years are not the easiest. With the onset of the Covid-19...

Bard College DC Still Considering Applicants

Bard High School Early College DC (Bard DC), a new school in Ward 7 at 4430 H St. SE, is recruiting its second class of...

Anacostia Watershed Society Launches Learning from Home

The Anacostia Watershed Society has announced their new Learning from Home portal at anacostiaws.org/what-we-do/education. School is out for most students, and even many summer camps have...

LOC Names New National Ambassador

The Library of Congress (LOC), the Children’s Book Council and Every Child a Reader has announced the appointment of Jason Reynolds as the seventh National Ambassador...

How Art Can Heal and Expand Horizons

On a recent Wednesday morning, six students gathered around the table in art teacher Donna Bonavia’s AP Studio Art classroom and talked about how...

When Your Child Finds School a Challenge

School or daycare can be equally stressful for kids and their parents. Your child’s school sends you more emails than your best friend does....

Choosing A Private School for Your Student

You’ve decided to investigate the possibility of sending your child to a private school. You’ve heard that many private schools have smaller class sizes,...

DC Charters 101

During the 2018-19 school year, 66 public charter schools operated on 123 campuses and served more than 43,000 students in grades PK3-12. More than...