Kindergarten students at LEAP Academy Early Childhood School in March. (Astrid Riecken/FOR THE WASHINGTON POST)

In other news:

Vincent Gray, Jack Evans and Michael Brown reportedly check out Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ training facility in preparation for Redskins pitch (WaTimes)

Not so fast on the vindication there, Vince: “[U]ntil there is some definitive word from the U.S. Attorney’s office ... a shadow will continue to hang over Mr. Gray and the city he governs.” (Post editorial)

Tom Sherwood: “So that’s two down. But the one to go is the biggest one of all.” (WRC-TV)

A double party standard for congressional meddlers? (Examiner)

More on Monday’s violence (Post, Crime Scene, The Buzz)

Wale’s “D.C. or Nothing” blows up (The Buzz)

But “Bait” is better (Post)

Can Evans hold a fair lottery hearing? (WaTimes)

Occupy D.C.: Camping or vigil? (HuffPo)

And just how many of them are there? (Post)

D.C. Council votes to exempt four top city officials from salary cap (Post)

Phil Mendelson throws cold water on bike assault bill (DCist)

Who’s buying and who’s renting in Congress (Reliable Source)

Washington Teachers’ Union sues city over nonfunctioning Office of Employee Appeals (D.C. Schools Insider)

More on Ben’s Chili Bowl expansion plans (Capital Business)

Georgetown’s Halcyon House yours for a bargain price (UrbanTurf)

Looks like downtown Anacostia is getting parking meters, much to residents’ chagrin (CHotR)

Kwame Brown moves to crack down on fake marijuana (WAMU-FM)

Two women’s shelters — N Street Village and Miriam’s House — to merge (Post)

WTTG-TV general manager wonders why Harry Thomas Jr. didn’t show up to last week’s ethics hearing (WTTG-TV)

Gray and Wayne Turnage aren’t in fact at odds on their recollections of Sulaimon Brown (Loose Lips)

Look up your neighbors’ building permits (DDOT)

Eleanor Holmes Norton is living on food stamps. Voluntarily. (CNN)

Dance Institute of Washington gets White House nod (ArtsPost)

Once decrepit Mount Pleasant mansion soon to be condos (PoP)

Early looks at the Tune Inn — very intrigued by this new ceiling (Young & Hungry, WTOP)

Ron Machen addresses Georgetown ANC, says little of note (Dish)

Max Skolnik talks education to appreciative Georgetown student publication (GU Progressive)

”They are pretty certain this is an NPS tree.” (Daily Gripe)

Inside the Foundry Lofts, jewel of The Yards (JDLand)

Donald Galloway, blind advocate for disabled rights in D.C., dies at 73 (Post)