PPS speaks to The Atlantic

Executive Director, Dr. Catherine Cushinberry, speaks to The Atlantic about when leaders make public policy, but choose private schools. Read the article.

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PPS speaks to The Atlantic
It's PEP Recruitment Time, Apply to the PEP
A Guide for Community Dialogues

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Aug. 11, 2016 PPS speaks to The Atlantic featuring Dr. Catherine Cushinberry

When President Jimmy Carter assumed office in 1977, he did something remarkable: He enrolled his 9-year-old daughter, Amy, in a predominantly black Washington, D.C., public school.