Happy DCPS Spring Break, DC! Hope you’re getting to relax as your kiddos whine about the plans you made! What’s been going on?
An excellent Washington Post article about neighborhood schools, what integration truly looks like, and about former Ward 6 representative to the DC State Board of Education and his daughter, Malia. It’s a sobering piece coming on the heels of the My School DC results.
An interesting but deeply divisive opinion from the Washington Post Editorial Board on the charter school bill and whether there should be additional transparency at the charter school level.
Do you know the Bee Lady of Capitol Hill? DCist recently talked to her. Bee buzz in your buzz!
Ever wonder why Navy Yard is hot, hot, hot? Here’s some insight from WTOP.
Want to celebrate Earth Day early? Go to the District Sustainability Awards on Wednesday. Via Eventbrite.
So, Capitol Hill South– that’s 20003 to you– is number 16 in the Washingtonian list of 100 priciest zip codes. That’s a little weird, but you know what else is weird? Seeing your adorable baby boy morph into a surly, moody teen overnight. (20002 is at number 27, if you’re keeping track for smack-talking in this year’s Northeast-Southeast kickball game.)
Okay guys– this is a short buzz because I need to go back to refereeing my children. Mm, spring break! So relaxing!