Every middle and high school in the District’s traditional public school system now has metal detectors and X-ray machines. But some schools in the charter sector — which are privately run but publicly funded — are opting for a different route.
The city plans to ask the federal government to reimburse those costs. Critics say the city may have inadvertently encouraged more groups with provocative messages to come by pouring so many resources into defending the rights of Sunday’s rally-goers.
Najwa Elyazgi, a recent George Mason University graduate, hopes to continue her education at Harvard. But she's afraid to go home to Libya for the summer, fearing she won't be allowed to return to the U.S.