Watch the exclusive interview with BASIS DC's National Science Bowl team.
Norton says DC’s home rule alternative to DCPS is charters
Board will vote on new charter applications at this month's meeting. Meeting begins at 6:30 p.m. at Carlos Rosario PCS.
Brittany Albrecht joined Academy of Hope PCS as an AmeriCorps volunteer and quickly rose to become the lead reading teacher.
Kim Hargett is a first year DC Teaching Fellow and teaches 5th grade math at DC Scholars PCS. Her hard work, drive to improve her craft, and dedication to ensuring all of her scholars succeed is evident every day in her classroom.
Jennifer Ramsey is a third grade Science Teacher at KIPP DC - Heights Academy PCS.
Ms. Niyesha Coleman is an invaluable asset to Cesar Chavez PCS. Not only does she do an exceptional job of educating her own scholars, but she invests in every member of the Chavez community.
Since 2012, Jordan Kerstetter has been a PK teacher and teacher-mentor at DC Prep’s Edgewood Elementary Campus.
Thank you, Audrey Day for being a great teacher!
This week PCSB will highlight public charter school teachers that work hard every day to prepare DC’s public charter school students for college and the workforce.
Smith was one of 20 recipients selected because of her demonstrated leadership abilities.
DCPL, PCSB, and DC Prep PCSB partnered to establish a first-of-its-kind lending library.
PCSB testifies before the DC Council about its budget.
Congratulations to the schools ranked this year!
Five charter applicants will present testimony at 6 p.m. at Paul PCS. Watch live here.
Monthly Board Meeting starts at 6:30 p.m. and will be held at PCSB.
PCSB's Scott Pearson responds to a recently published article.
View open seats and waitlist information for public charter schools.
Today, April 14, Judge Ronna Beck upheld the February 12, 2015 decision of PCSB to revoke the charter of Dorothy I. Height Community Academy Public Charter School (CAPCS).
At Wednesday's, first ever Twitter Town Hall PCSB took questions about the five charter applications received in the 2015 Spring cycle.
DC Public Charter School Board will be hosting its first Twitter Town Hall on Wednesday, April 8 from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. to discuss the five new charter applications currently open for public comment.