D.C.’s Deputy Mayor Of Education Pushes For Data-Driven Decision-Making. That May Be A Tough S
Jun 5, 12:00 AM
In D.C. there are many decision-makers when it comes to schools. There’s the mayor’s office, the charter school board, the D.C. Council and parent groups. Over the last few months, the various factions have been embroiled in heated debates about where to open new schools, which schools to renovate and how much money certain schools need. This has led to a patchwork of solutions that always leave someone unhappy.