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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...

Secrets of Egypt Family Day at National Geographic

Secrets of Egypt Family Day is on Saturday, July 20, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at National Geographic Museum, 1145 17th St. NW. Embark...

Storytelling Showcased Monthly at Busboys and Poets

“I’m just doing what I’m doing,” Vera Oyé Yaa-Anna said. “It’s what I would be doing back home. We never get away from our...