Ideally, all students should be able to get DCPS programs online with their student ID and have a device with a keyboard and, if possible, headphones.
The decision to only offer classes online during the first term came unexpectedly. Until this week, officials had considered a mixed-option plan.
The decision as to whether schools will operate on an in-person or a virtual basis, or on a hybrid model, will be announced on July 31, said the mayor.
Due to the coronavirus crisis, some of the red-line requirements for grade advancement and graduation are being waived.
Mayor Muriel Bowser and District Council Chairman Phil Mendelson discussed “tough choices,” such as a hiring and pay freeze for most of D.C. government and a $600-million budget cut.
The reconstructed school, Georgetown’s only public elementary school, is expected to open in August, on time. We’ll find out later if the project ended up on budget.
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“Education is part of D.C.’s great story,” said Mayor Muriel Bowser during an April 11 conversation with philanthropist David Rubenstein, a discussion she requested they undertake about the state of […]
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Police closed streets near the high school and students were evacuated to Hardy Middle School, two blocks north on 35th Street.