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Sign attributing the ousting of pro-afrocentric education superintendent Andrew Jenkins to the actions of DC School Board President David Eaton.

Reverend David Eaton on the DC School Board, flanked by Barbara Lett Simmons and Nate Bush.

In 1982, Ward 1 elected Reverend David Eaton to the DC Board of Education, which chose him as president. Here he chairs a 1983 meeting. Barbara Lett Simmons is also pictured

The historic Franklin School, located at 13 and K Streets NW in Washington, DC, was once a symbol of public education for the District and the nation. Designed by Adolf Cluss, in what he called the Renaissance Revival Style, the school was selected…

This book expands on Women of the Dove's 2009 effort to record the histories of DC's Public Schools and their namesakes. The 2010 book includes nearly 90 (increased from 23 in the 2009 edition) schools, and features a wealth of historic and…

As part of the 2010 Big Read, the Humanities Council of Washington, DC hosted an event entitled, "Why I Do What I Do." Several Washington, DC educators discussed their motives for entering the teaching profession at the downtown Barnes and Noble…

As part of the 2010 Big Read, the Humanities Council of Washington, DC hosted an event entitled, "Why I Do What I Do." Several Washington, DC educators discussed their motives for entering the teaching profession at the downtown Barnes and Noble…

This 27 page booklet, produced by the Women of the Dove Foundation, surveys the history of the District's public and public charter schools, with particular attention to their often cryptic monikers. The booklet offers substantial information on 23…
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