Mayor Vincent C. Gray's effort to change school boundaries and enrollment policies would accelerate trends long underway.
Mayoral candidates lambaste Gray school admission proposals, saying it would undermine parents' expectations.
City officials release first concrete proposal to redraw public school boundaries and change admission policies.
Schools chancellor Henderson says she needs until 2017 to reach her lofty goals for the D.C. Public Schools.
Ward 8 rep Trayon White quits State Board of Education after accepting city job.
The former owner of The Post has strong opinions on what is necessary to continue education reform progress in D.C.
For a one-day conference, the Office of the State Superintendent of Education paid nearly $90,000 to a Chicago consulting firm.
City officials are will redraw public school boundaries and feeder patterns for the first time in decades.
Raw enrollment figures released by the city show four percent growth this school year over the last.
The latest blockbuster fraud lawsuit from Attorney General Irvin B. Nathan targets the leaders of the city's oldest charter school.