Under the D.C. schools chancellor’s plan to reopen elementary schools next month, three of the middle school’s four behavioral technicians are expected to be reassigned to an elementary campus to supervise students participating in distance learning from their classrooms, according to the school’s principal, Louise Jones. The fourth will beContinue Reading

Supportive housing reduces homelessness, improves public safety and saves taxpayer money. It’s the kind of successful program that brings together the public and private sector, nonprofits and faith-based groups — even Democrats and Republicans. So, why is it suddenly under attack by the state of Texas? “This doesn’t make anyContinue Reading