On April 2, My School DC released the results of the SY 2021-22 lottery. The results show that the largest declines were in pre-K 3 and in nonentry grades, indicating an interest in continuity if a student was already enrolled in a school.
As we quickly approach the summer for students and families, DC PCSB is sharing information about each public charter school's summer programs. 122 out of 128 campuses have released their summer programs.
Every week, more public charter school students are returning to school for in-person learning and support - and we all expect that trend to increase. We are feeling more and more hopeful about the world getting clo
As most DC students complete a full year of virtual learning, we, as the authorizer, continue to listen to families, students, and school leaders about what they need and ways to organize solutions with government partners that protect the health, safety, and w
The COVID-19 public health emergency resulted in all DC public charter schools physically closing and implementing distance learning programs. As such, DC PCSB will cease collection, aggregation, and publication of academic data for school year (SY) 2019-20 and will not produce a School Quality Report (also known as the Performance Management Framework, or PMF) for SY 2019-20.
The response to the pandemic and the continued use of social distancing measures to protect public health will require schools to be prepared to provide both in-person and distance learning for the 2020-21 school year.