Take a look at the start dates for each school's 2016-17 academic year.
Darren Woodruff, DC PCSB Board Chair, testifies before the DC Council in support of Saba Bireda, board nominee.
A restart happens when an underperforming school is closed and a new school is opened to serve the same students under new management.
The proposed budgets contains no additional funding for charter school facility costs, such as lease and mortgage payments.
Former DC PCSB board chair and Executive Director, receives an award for exceptional service.
Summer's around the corner. Read on to see a list of each school's last day of the year.
This month's board meeting will take place on Monday May 16 at 6:30 p.m. at IDEA PCS (1027 45th St NE).
A teacher at Center City PCS - Trinidad shares his experience teaching 4-5 graders.
Earlier this spring, we asked all public charter schools to provide documentation of recent lead testing results.
Issaac, senior at Richard Wright PCS, shares his public charter school story.
Teachers create leaders at Chavez PCS.
Janelle Jeter, a social studies teacher at Washington Global PCS connects her students to local and global communities.
May 1 marks the beginning of National Charter Schools Week, and students, parents, teachers, and in DC and across the country will celebrate the many successes of publ
Kevin Chavous is a former D.C. council member for Ward 7. Photo: Kevin Chavous
The National Charter School Resource Center releases a case study on DC PCSB.
Former DC PCSB board chair, John H. “Skip” McKoy, receives an award for exceptional service.
DC PCSB's office will be closed on Friday April 15 in observance of Emancipation Day. Please note some public charter schools will be open. Read more to learn your school's operating status.
This month's board meeting is taking place on April 18 at 6 p.m. at Carlos Rosario International PCS (1100 Harvard St NW).
DC PCSB's Parent Alumni Leadership Council (PALC) hosted a Charter Application Townhall to discuss the application process and the proposed new charter schools.
DC PCSB Board, staff, teachers and students speak at the FY2017 Budget Oversight Hearing.
Overall, there are 8,640 individual students on waitlists to attend one or more participating public charter schools in the 2016-17 school year, an 1.3% increase over last year’s 8,526 students.
Students gained insight on career exploration and readiness, social skills development, and instruction in independent living and self-advocacy.
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