#OnlyWhenItsSafe

Principals, Teachers, and Parents have opposed the Mayor's proposal to reopen our schools. It doesn't go far enough to protect our communities. It disrupts learning for a majority of students and it fails to deliver on its promise to ensure those furthest from opportunity receive the support they need.

Learn more about the work we are doing to ensure our schools open #OnlyWhenItsSafe.

 


Spring 2021 

Professional Development Courses

WTU’s professional development courses are all research-based, peer-to-peer and solution-driven. They all help teachers build content knowledge and mastery of pedagogical strategies. All WTU courses are aligned to the DCPS IMPACT Teaching and Learning Framework and Essential Practices Standards 1 through 5 (all courses will online).

Click here for course descriptions and registration links.

 


 

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Recent Updates

For Immediate Release    February 9, 2021     WTU Asks Mayor and Chancellor to Establish a ‘Situation Room’ to Handle School COVID-19 Emergencies and...

WTU: Teachers Want to Go Back to School and Want It Done Safely Click here for the full news release.

Council of the District of Columbia Committee on Health   Public Roundtable: THE DISTRICT’S COVID-19 VACCINATION PROCESS January 29, 2020   Testimony of Elizabeth A. Davis, President...


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