Monday, March 27, 2017

Starting the week off right (March 27)

  • #dcfy18 CDs will be available this year.   Call (202) 727-6234 to get one. (UPDATED: March 27, 12:23p)
  • The Department on Disabilities Services will hold their FY 2018 Budget Forum Tuesday, April 11 from 11:00 am-1:00 pm at DDS (250 E St SW).
  • Preserving Public Education: A Panel Discussion on Next Steps is being held Tuesday, March 28, Noon-2:00 pm at Howard University School of Law (2900 Van Ness St NW).   Panelists are: Maria Blaeuer, Advocates for Justice and Education; Danielle Holley-Walker, Howard University School of Law, dean; Princess V. Lyles, Democracy Builders, executive director.   The event is sponsored by the Education Policy Working Group (EPWG) of the Education Rights Center (ERC) and the Education Law Society at Howard University School of Law, Free and open to the public.
  • Ward 7 CM Vince Gray will hold his State of the Ward address Thursday, April 6 at 6:30 pm at Kelley Miller Middle School (301 49th St NE).
  • Does your organization have meeting space others can use?   Add it to Free and affordable meeting space (DC) so others are aware.   (Major thanks to the person who recently added a bunch of locations!)
  • Internal Weaknesses Found in Marion S. Barry Summer Youth Employment Program is a new report from the DC Auditor.
  • The Department on Disabilities Services is holding the public forum Statewide Transition Plan Monday, April 3 from 1:30–3:30 pm at Department of Health Care Finance (441 4th St NW).   Forum participants will review changes to the Statewide Transition plan for Medicaid Home & Community-based Services Waiver (PDF).   They will also have the opportunity to comment on the plan.   For more information, contact Erin Leveton, (202) 730-1754, Erin.Leveton@dc.gov.
  • 730DC "is a daily email newsletter that connects young Washington to their city and each other. Weekday mornings, 7:30 am."   A great way to start the day.
  • Learn how and why to use video in tweets and social media broadly.   Read How to incorporate video into your content strategy.

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