Monique S. Murdock admitted stealing $29,000 in school funds.
The board is slated to vote to approve or deny each proposal on May 19.
Education activists say it’s not clear how and where DCPS is spending new funds for at-risk children.
D.C. government lawyers asked a judge Tuesday to extend the term of the charter school’s receiver.
D.C. mayoral candidate said she supported “choice sets” but days later said she was misunderstood.
Gray administration proposals test whether the city is prepared to give up neighborhood schools.
Post names the 18 top principals in the Washington area for 2014.
Joyanna Smith is charged with reviving the position, which helps the public with complaints.
Neither favors citywide high school lotteries, and Catania would “press pause” on whole reform process.
The last day of classes for the District’s traditional public schools will be Friday, June 20.
Will charter schools release the same data? Each will make its own call.
No one knows yet.
Relisha Rudd, who longed to escape her grim homeless shelter, was on the radar of many city agencies.
City releases new boundaries. Policy proposals could change the way students are assigned to schools.
Parts of the proposals could radically change how students are assigned to schools.
The confusing instructions affected test-takers in grades 5, 6 and 8.
Henderson wants to stay with D.C. schools, but neither of the mayoral candidates have committed to her.
The elections board has conflicting explanations about problems with Tuesday’s Democratic primary.
About seven in 10 students got one of their choices, an official said.
It’s one of the most anxiety-ridden times of the year for D.C. families.
Emma Brown writes about D.C. education and about people with a stake in schools, including teachers, parents and kids. She’s also covered Virginia schools and written obituaries for the Post. She’s a latecomer to journalism who worked as a wilderness ranger in Wyoming and as a middle-school math teacher in Alaska before joining the newspaper in 2009.