Breakfast links: Convert vacant offices into housing? A new report throws a damper on the idea | Greater Greater Washington

October 01, 2019
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On October 1, 2019, coverage of the D.C. Policy Center’s report, Access to schools that level the playing field for D.C.’s at-risk students, was featured in Greater Greater Washington’s Breakfast Links roundup:

Many at-risk DC students live far from help: Many DC neighborhoods with the highest concentration of at-risk students are without easy access to schools with a strong track record of helping students classified as at-risk improve their learning outcomes schools, according to a new report from the DC Policy Center.  (Mark Lieberman / DCist

Read more: Breakfast links: Convert vacant offices into housing? A new report throws a damper on the idea | Greater Greater Washington

Related: Access to schools that level the playing field for D.C.’s at-risk students | D.C. Policy Center

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