The Panel Will Cover the Changing DC Education Landscape
Students and staff of Blyth-Templeton Academy. (Photo: Blyth-Templeton Academy)
Parents and students in the Capitol Hill community can learn about the emerging high school options in the District at a panel hosted by Blyth-Templeton Academy April 26 at 7 p.m. The Academy will hold the event at its location in the Hill Center (921 Pennsylvania Ave. SE).
With the changing school landscape in DC, the Academy wants to give parents a look at the different types of schools available to their students. Panelists will talk about their own schools, offer tips on how families and students can find the right fit and discuss emerging trends in the District’s education system.
Andy Rotherham will moderate the discussion; Rotherham has served as a special assistant to former President Bill Clinton and as a contributing editor to U.S. News and World Report. Panelists at the event include:
Laura DeLima of Fusion Academy
Lee Palmer of Blyth-Templeton Academy
Leslie Bumstead of Unschooling Parent and Teacher
Stacy Kane, co-founder and executive director of the Washington Leadership Academy