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“African and Asian Americans, Latinos, and Whites; parents with their young children are well represented” – DC Education Festival this Sat.

by Prince Of Petworth January 10, 2014 at 4:48 pm 4 Comments

“2014 DC Education Festival: Explore. Innovate. Celebrate.

What: Washington’s premier education festival presenting an all-in-one experience for community and families to discover, navigate, and engage successfully with their pre-school through high school and adult education/GED options; admission is free.

Who: 5,000+ attendees: African and Asian Americans, Latinos, and Whites; parents with their young children are well represented. 150+ participants: DC’s educational, government, cultural, civic, and corporate communities

When: Saturday, January 11, 2014 from 10 am to 5 pm
Where: Walter E. Washington Convention Center, 3rd

AT THE FESTIVAL

Marking its fifth anniversary, the 2014 Festival showcases Washington, DC’s outstanding and varied education options for children in pre-school through high school and adult education/GED – and their families. Throughout the day, “meet and greet” with public charter, public, and private school professionals; enjoy student arts and cultural performances; sample cutting-edge technology; browse the community market; participate in group activities and workshops; participate in Town Hall Education DC supported by Verizon; and check out My School DC, the new online lottery for public and public charter schools.”

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