School leaders fear the mandate could lead to a high number of students missing class.
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Subs will now make 17-dollars per hour
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Rapid test pick up operations at DC public schools pushed back by a day because of snow.
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Before she was elected as union president, the North Carolina native spent 40 years teaching in DC classoom
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There is an online survey to fill out, and those who participate will receive a 30-dollar Amazon gift card.
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DCPS Chancellor talks about the new school year under the distance learning policies.
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Last week Chancellor, Dr. Lewis Ferebee and the mayor outlined a hybrid option but plan to wait until the end of the month.
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Schools will also close three weeks early on May 29th.
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DCPS officials do not believe they will have enough time to make those ineligible, eligible in time for the start of the schools year.
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“We believe the youth in our community are a powerful voice for change. That’s why we put the challenge to them to come up with practical ways to help us be a kinder and nicer community,” said WHUR General Manager Sean Plater.
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