Monday, May 25, 2009

D.C. Council considers program for problem students

The Washington, D.C., Council is threatening to get in the way of a program that has successfully helped some of the district's most troubled students, according to a Washington Post columnist. D.C. START aims to stop behavioral problems when they begin by placing social workers in elementary and middle schools; the program goes so far as to draw together multiple agencies, including police and social services, with the goal of getting to the root of the problems plaguing students. The Washington Post

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