Could facilities study mean even more growth for charter schools? (MATT MCCLAIN/THE WASHINGTON POST)

In other news:

Saul Solorzano’s remarkable life. (Post)

“You don’t need to have a lot of cred in Washington. ... A little bit of this and a little bit of that, then embellish it, and there you are.” (Post)

D.C., “capital of stealth-weird.” (Post)

A “flash mob” of shoplifters on Benning Road. (WRC-TV)

Why we’ll never have another Glenn Brenner .(City Paper)

DCPS moves to expand LGBT outreach through gay-straight alliances. (Blade)

Nearly 68 acres of Walter Reed will be handed to D.C. (Housing Complex)

What, exactly, is the Department of General Services going to be? (WBJ)

Yvette Alexander and Ron Moten spin each other’s audits. (WaTimes)

“D.C. Day” is kind of a cluster. (Examiner)

Viva Wilson High. (Examiner)

Attention, sorors: Alpha Kappa Alpha lawsuit is resurrected. (Legal Times)

That is subtle. (TBD)