Faced with charter-school competition, D.C. Public Schools principals pound the pavement to boost their schools' enrollment.
One-year hiatus for "value added" evaluations is meant to allay anxiety about new standardized tests.
Latest plan drops much of what made the first proposals so very controversial, but plenty of flashpoints remain.
Kent Slowinski said he was pushed first, but AU official Andrew Huff denied any provocation.
The Democratic mayoral nominee had been noncommittal on Henderson's future as chancellor.
Monday's lawsuit targets a major player in the D.C. business, education and philanthropic worlds.
The outgoing Ward 1 council member says he'd be "running for the sake of further public service."
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.