(The Washington Post)
Kaya Henderson on DCPS: ‘Haters are going to hate’
D.C. Schools Chancellor Kaya Henderson discusses the significantly higher standardized test scores achieved by DCPS students, and dismisses the notion that it’s because more middle class students are starting to attend public schools.
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