D.C.’s charter schools are inspiring some less than positive headlines, Howard is accused by another person of failing to adequately address sexual assault allegations, plus a peek into a beautiful new library, and other news of the day over in the District.
- Teachers at charter school named for famous labor leader to picket over … alleged violations of labor law. [Twitter]
- Leaders at another charter school were fired over failing to appropriately respond to complaints about a teacher’s inappropriate behavior. [Post]
- Making this a particularly timely question to be asking: “Does D.C. charter schools’ autonomy come at the cost of public accountability?” [WCP]
- The best sunrise of the season. [CWG]
- Tucker Carlson trades D.C. houses. [WBJ]
- New system for administering food stamps left some recipients locked out of the system. [WAMU]
- EMTs honoring for saving man who went into cardiac arrest at Union Station. [WAMU]
- Just what D.C. needs … a ton more office space. [Curbed]
- Thousands of Medicaid patients need to find new doctors after MedStar opts out of coverage. [WBJ]
- The latest school scandal sounds a lot like past ones. [Post]
- Another woman joins suit alleging that Howard University failed to adequately handle sexual assault cases. [WTOP]
- Give these naked mole rats a new home, and a sweater? [Post]
- Beloved Eckington corner store Yang’s Market adds coffee and bagels, which can’t hurt that beloved status. [WCP]
- Complaints abound about the D.C. Democratic State Committee. [WCP]
- Labor groups wants to see an end to contracting out public transit to private companies. [WAMU]
- Why the Kennedy Center has become a nighttime rainbow. [Curbed]
- Ready for yet another dockless bikeshare company? This one promises something slightly different. [Curbed]
- The D.C. Public Library system is getting another stunner of a facility, this one in West End. [Washingtonian]
- Plunk down less than ten bucks for these delicious dishes. [Post]
- Reactions to the Nightmare Before (The White House) Christmas; if nothing else watch this one. [Curbed]
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