“Henderson’s relentless energy and boundless public praise in support of her teachers and principals has created positive morale and considerable buy-in among classroom educators to what is one of the most ambitious reform agendas in the country,…” […]
Members of Howard University’s “Showtime” marching band have drawn a line in the sand, protesting the University’s administration due to a lack of scholarship disbursements and other allocated band funds […]
According to new test results released from the Office of the State Superintendent, the percentage of students at Ballou, Roosevelt and Woodson high schools in the District on a college readiness track comes in at a startling zero. […]
Cardozo Education Campus, Dunbar High School and H.D. Woodson High School have increased their graduation rates by at least 10 percent. Meanwhile, the percentage of high school students who graduated from DC Public Schools in four years increased by six percent – from 58 percent to 64 percent – continuing four years of growth in graduation rates since 2011.
On Tuesday, Oct. 6, students from Crossland, DuVal, Northwestern and Parkdale high schools attended the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute’s Ready to Lead program. They joined other students from across the region for an intensive one-day program designed to provide Latino high school students in grades nine and 10 with the tools and training necessary to prepare for college. Students also participated in a mentoring session, where they heard from local Latino professionals and college students about their journey to success and why completing high school and pursuing a college education are attainable. […]
Chancellor Kaya Henderson will officially step down on Friday, Sept. 30, after six years at the helm. Henderson, who joined the DCPS system in 2007 as a deputy to former Chancellor Michelle Rhee, took the reins after Rhee resigned in 2010.