22 Jun 2017

Podcasts:

Q&A on Education with Councilmember Charles Allen

We are excited to introduce what we hope will be a new series on The Hill is Home: interviews with community leaders answering questions from you, our readers. In this first installment, we sat down with Councilmember Charles Allen to discuss education. In this first installment, we sat down with Councilmember Allen to discuss education. In […]


30 Sep 2016

Capitol Hill:

A Link to the Hill at the NMAAHC

Everyone on Capitol Hill knows the Mary McLeod Bethune statue by Robert Berks in Lincoln Park – if only because of its use as a sledding hill during large snowstorms. Those who have taken the time to read the words of her “Last Will and Testament” around the base also can learn much about how […]


24 Nov 2015

Editorials:

David Garber on D.C. Education

We were excited to be approached by at-large candidate David Garber, who wanted to share his thoughts on education in DC. With the upcoming lottery deadlines, his voice is a welcome addition to the ongoing discussion of education in the neighborhood and the city in general. Thank you for sharing your thoughts and your voice, […]


05 Jun 2015

Kids:

Middle School Blues

This post originally appeared in the May issue of the Hill Rag, both in print and online. There will be a Ward 6 town hall meeting on Tuesday June 24 led by At-Large Councilmember David Grosso where parents can bring their questions and concerns. __________________ Ward 6 parents have been doing it all for years: […]


04 Mar 2015

Kids:

School Auctions: Jazz and Great Stuff at the National Press Club

Up next in the Capitol Hill school auctions is School Within School. Initially an early education program that was contained within the Capitol Hill Cluster School, SWS –now housed within the old Goding school at 9th and F Streets NE– has added PreK-3 and has been adding a grade since the 2012-2013 school year (they’re […]


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