Advocacy

Advocacy is at the center of our work. We’re parents, teachers, principals and students and we collaborate with each other and with families across the city to support our schools. Often times, this means we find ourselves before DC Council, the State Board of Education, and DC Public Schools expressing our views from the ‘on the ground reality’ which quite often does not align with top-down policy.

Sometimes it means we protest…

Letter to DC Gov Executive re Delays in DCPS Clearance Process

April 5, 2022 Mayor Bowser Deputy Mayor Kihn Superintendent Grant Chancellor Ferebee Dear Mayor Bowser, Deputy Mayor Kihn, Superintendent Grant and Chancellor Ferebee, We write to ask you to urgently bring the DCPS clearance processes for hires and volunteers up to date, and to ensure an efficient and effective system for quickly clearing staff andContinue reading “Letter to DC Gov Executive re Delays in DCPS Clearance Process”

Testimony of Sandra Moscoso CoW Budget Oversight on All Ed Agencies – 3 28 2022 

Testimony of Sandra Moscoso DC Council CoW Budget Oversight Hearing on all education agencies March 28, 2022, 9:00AM Good morning Chairman and Councilmembers. I am Sandra Moscoso, Vice President of the Ward 2 Ed Council and Secretary of the Ward 6 Public Schools Parent Organization. I’m also an at-large member of School Without Walls’ HSContinue reading “Testimony of Sandra Moscoso CoW Budget Oversight on All Ed Agencies – 3 28 2022 “

Suzanne Wells Testimony – CoW Budget Oversight on All Ed Agencies – 3 28 2022

DC Council COW Budget Oversight Hearing on All Education AgenciesMarch 28, 2022Testimony of Suzanne WellsWard 6 Public Schools Parent Organization Thank you for the opportunity to testify on the FY23 DCPS budget. I am Suzanne Wells,  President of the Ward 6 Public Schools Parent Organization. I’m also a community member on the Eastern High SchoolContinue reading “Suzanne Wells Testimony – CoW Budget Oversight on All Ed Agencies – 3 28 2022”

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