Nina Rees and Scott Pearson take a look at the choice and quality charters offer DC students and families in a Huffington Post article.
As students in DC continue to attend public charter schools, judging the quality of the education programs becomes increasingly important.
Public hearing on the proposed revocation of CAPCS took place January 27. Watch the video here.
Due to OPM operating on a 2-hour delay, today’s Charter Leaders Meeting has been cancelled.
Watch the meeting LIVE! Meeting begins at 6:30 p.m.
Families and students will have the opportunity to talk to school representatives at the fair on February 7 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m at THEARC.
PCSB will be closed in commemoration of Dr. Martin Luther King Day. DC Public Charter Schools and PCSB will celebrate the day by serving others.
Many schools are experiencing delays due to inclement weather.
Many schools will experience a 2-hour delay on Monday January 12.
What a year in 2014--the District's public charter schools made a lot of progress.
The Office of the State Superintendent of Education selected Jennifer Ramacciotti, a math teacher at KIPP DC AIM Academy PCS, as the District's Teacher of the Year.
Freezing temperatures and ice create school closings and delays this morning.
As part of our oversight of DC public charter schools, PCSB places particular importance on the issue of attendance and truancy.
Executive Director Scott Pearson sends a letter to the State Board of Educcation about the proposed graduation regulations.
We thank him for his hard work and dedication to expand access to quality educational choices for DC students and families.