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The [Special Education] Kids Are Not Alright

The COVID-19 pandemic has required school systems around the world to try to teach remotely, leading to a loss of academic learning, social skills,...

How to Protect Kids from COVID

Tim Rutherford would not have bothered to test himself if his elementary school-aged daughter hadn't tested positive first. Even her test was precautionary; Rutherford (an...

How to Prepare Students Socially and Emotionally for a Return to...

In March 2020, the last day he was in classes in his school building, Anton Miller (a pseudonym) was a shy, hesitant child who...

The Asymmetry Of COVID-19 Vaccine Access

On Jan. 29, Barbara and David Ehrlich parked their cars and headed towards the Howard University clinic. It was a long walk for the...

Help for DC Tenants

Under the terms of the DC Health Emergency declared by Mayor Muriel Bowser (D) on March 11, 2020, District residents cannot be evicted or...

DC Helps Home Owners Impacted By COVID

The District of Columbia Housing Finance Agency (DCHFA) has created the DC Mortgage Assistance Program (DC MAP). DC MAP provides COVID-impacted, qualified borrowers with...

DHCD Uses Federal Dollars to Help Renters

The Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) has developed a $1.5 million program funded by federal Home Investment Partnerships (HOME) program. DHCD plans...

DC Assists Renters Impacted By COVID

In July, Mayor Muriel Bowser (D) extended during the District’s COVD health emergency. DC residents cannot be evicted until sixty days after Oct. 9,...

Mayor Extends COVID Emergency to May 15

At her April 15th COVID-19 briefing, Mayor Muriel Bowser (D) extended the closure of non-essential businesses, the stay-at-home order, ban under public gatherings and...

How to Make a No-Sew Face Mask

All you need is an old t-shirt and a pair of scissors to make a home made face covering. Masks are already mandatory in Los...