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Posted at 10:09 AM ET, 09/ 1/2010

Austermuhle to live-blog mayoral candidate debate

By Washington Post editors

D.C. mayoral candidates Adrian Fenty and Vincent Gray will face off in a debate hosted by the Washington Post at noon today. Martin Austermuhle of DCist will offer quick takes -- from this blog -- once it begins.

Check back for updates -- and watch live coverage of the debate here.

By Washington Post editors  | September 1, 2010; 10:09 AM ET
Categories:  D.C., Fenty, HotTopic, Local blog network, Mayor Fenty  
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Please raise the issue attempts to close one of DC' school at the strt of the new School year. Children Studio School, a 33 year community based program, and a full-day school of the arts and architecture for young children, located at 1301 V Street NW., Washington, DC 20009 has been given two weeks to vacate its premise. This attempt to evict Children Studio School from its premise will disfranchise children’s education.
As you are aware, the 2010- 2011 school year is already in progress.
Over the years, both candidates have spoken aligning their visions and with those families, and particularly children.

The students at Children Studio School love their school, because its location is convenient, and the curriculum helps children used and build on their individual creative abilities; the infusion of arts in all aspects of its program helps children “think out of the box.” Moreover, we are aware of the benefits of arts for students’ intellectual, personal, and social development. Research studies also point to strong relationships between learning in the arts and fundamental cognitive skills and capacities used to master other core subjects, including reading, writing, and mathematics.

What are Mayoral canadidates take on evicting a school at the beginning of a new school year?

Posted by: Mamusue | September 2, 2010 12:06 PM | Report abuse

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