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 be
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 any
by Carly WipfOctober 21, 2020 More than 200 San Jose residents seeking shelter this winter will be guaranteed meals and a place to rest following a decision by city leaders to keep emergency shelters up and running. The San Jose City Council is also looking beyond temporary solutions and unanimously
I’ve outright said I don’t want children and added a fun joke about global warming. My mother’s response was, “Well, if you adopt, they’re already here, so they’re stuck when the Earth melts anyway.” How do I disengage and discourage this conversation? The constant questioning is making me feel guilty
CHICO, Calif. – Tuesday, the Chico City Council will meet to discuss homeless plans, park rules, and affordable housing progress. The city council will vote whether to make park rules, ordinances. Chico City Manager, Mark Orme, said there many regulations and rules for city parks. These rules include things like alcoholic beverages
Marin County is on the brink of acquiring two commercial buildings to house the homeless, but its plan for winter sheltering remains a work in progress. “We’re working right now on making a COVID-based plan to keep people safe during cold weather,” said Ashley Hart-McIntyre, the county’s homelessness policy coordinator.