Monday, Feb 22 • 12:24 p.m. (ET)
D.C.'s streetcar - along the H Street corridor in NE - is set to come online later this week. Other cities in the United States - Atlanta, Portland, Cincinnati and Kansas City among them - have launched similar projects in recent years. We talk with a transportation activist about where those projects run parallel, and differ from, the one in the nation's capital.
Monday, Feb 22 • 12:40 p.m. (ET)
D.C. Schools Chancellor Kaya Henderson recently released a budget with changes in a range of areas, from new approaches to teacher training and evaluation to a year-round academic calendar for struggling schools. But Washington Teacher's Union President Elizabeth Davis says the changes were decided without input from the union or the teachers it represents.
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