One thing is settled as the sprint begins to Nov. 4: candidates believe education debate could decide the race.
E-mails show that Jeremy L. Williams helped promote for-profit companies that allegedly gave him $150,000.
Proficiency rates rise in math and reading, but only slightly, in final year for D.C. CAS tests.
As usual, the results show wide performance variation among both traditional and charter schools.
The federal lawsuit caps years of disputes over charter school funding, which comes from D.C. taxpayers.
Dunbar valedictorian talks about the challenges of transitioning from North Capitol Street to elite private college.
City says Dorothy I. Height Community Academy has continued to make improper payments.
Interim president, with three degrees from the university, takes reins amid turmoil for the school and hospital.
The plaintiffs, who argued that the closures violated children’s civil rights, plan to appeal.
Board officials said the arrangement, which pays $195,000, is legal, but they have asked for ethics opinion.