DC’s ‘Social Justice School’ Empowers Students to Create a More Just World

Niara Savage
Jul 16, 2019 - 7:27

When Myron Long and his wife welcomed their daughter Honor into the world, the less-than-perfect state of Washington, DC’s public school system became uncomfortably relevant. Conversations weighing the pros and cons of sending their child to a traditional public school or a charter were no longer entirely theoretical. In a few years, Honor would join the more than 90,000 students attending DC public and DC charter schools, and the nation’s capital remained in need of significant reform. As a veteran...

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