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School reform has yet to break the cycle of middle-class flight.

Former Fenty official named deputy city administrator; CFSA chief, charter school head named deputy mayors.

One bill, which would allow animal control officers to use sirens, is dismissed as "far too broad."

D.C. Council member Kenyan McDuffie, critic of Redskins name, says city must 'address the offensive team names in our own backyard.'

Mayor Vince Gray said he did his successor a favor by setting boundary overhaul in motion.

The D.C. public schools chancellor holds two degrees plus an honorary doctorate from GU.

The 2014 DC-CAS results show halting progress overall, and some regression underneath.

The longest running policy dispute in D.C. government will go before a federal judge.

Wilson Principal Pete Cahall describes his 50-year journey to honesty.

D.C. Public Schools Chancellor Kaya Henderson makes her most pointed criticism to date of 'haphazard' charter expansion.

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