District Links: Schools chancellor defends cops in schools; Bowser lands late-night TV gigs; Norton bill labels mayor as ‘governor’; and more | The DC Line

June 11, 2020
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On June 11, 2020, the D.C. Policy Center’s article, ARTICLE, was cited by The DC Line:

new publication from the D.C. Policy Center explores how school facilities and operations will need to adapt for DC schools to reopen. Authors Tanaz Meghjani and Chelsea Coffin posed a key question to several school leaders: “What is top of mind for you in terms of facilities and operations as you consider returning to learning next fall?”

Read more: District Links: Schools chancellor defends cops in schools; Bowser lands late-night TV gigs; Norton bill labels mayor as ‘governor’; and more | The DC Line

Related: D.C. Voices: How will facilities and operations adapt when schools reopen? | D.C. Policy Center

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