The tiger He destroyed his cage Yes YES The tiger is out Originally published in “They’re Singing a Song in Their Rocket” and “You Will Be Able to Say a Thousand Words”Read More
DC's only philanthropic ping-pong tournament is back for year SEVEN! Flex your table tennis skills and support free, award-winning literacy and literary programs for DC students.
help students of all ages write their own paths forward—and have fun doing it. At risk for a zombie apocalypse? We've got a writing workshop lesson plan for that. Running for Kid President? We can help a student craft her winning platform. From the serious to the silly, we're ready to create with you.
In my city, Washington D.C., the buildings that crowd our streets are often colored. They have been, at times, temporarily decorated in the bright colors of Shepard Fairey’s famous stencil of President Obama; or otherwise come to be part of the very fabric of the city – John Bailey’s mural of Marilyn Monroe in Woodley Park comes to mind, as well Byron Pecks’ icon image of Duke Ellington on the True Reformer building overlooking the U-Street corridor.Read More
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My name is Daniel Hoagland, and I want to tell you why it’s so important and so cool to support 826DC as a monthly donor—and to share my story about becoming one.Read More
Paddlestar Galactica, the bracket-style ping-pong tournament supporting 826DC’s writing programs for local students, is back for year SEVEN!Read More
The 826DC team is growing! We’re delighted to be hiring for not one, but TWO exciting positions: 826DC Education Director and 826DC Public Programs Coordinator.Read More
Students from the Inspired Teaching Demonstration School recently gathered in the 826DC writing and homework help center for an “Offsetting your Carbon Footprint” workshop!Read More
¿Hablas español? ¿Te interesa el voluntariado con 826DC? Tenemos dos oportunidades de voluntariado: PROYECTO UNO Fechas del proyecto: lunes: 28 de enero, 11 de febrero, fiesta de lanzamiento, 25 de enero Horario de clases: 9:10am-10:25am, 10:30am-11:45am, 11:50am-1:05pm 826DC se está asociando con estudiantes de quinto gradeo en la Escuela Primaria Bruce-Monroe en Park View durante su unidad de defensa, argumentos, y problemas.Read More