Bill de Blasio, elected mayor of New York City last week, intends to dial back or abandon many of the education changes outgoing Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg aggressively implemented in the nation’s largest public school system.Read full article >>
Students in the District’s public schools made significant gains in math and reading achievement during the past two years, including progress among black, white, Hispanic and low-income students, according to national exam results released this week.Read full article >>
About one-third of the D.C. charter schools subject to annual performance rankings are high-performing “Tier 1” schools, according to data the D.C. Public Charter School Board released Friday.
More than half of the schools — 54 percent — are in mid-performing Tier 2. And eight schools, or 12 percent of the city’s ranked charters, are low-performing and in Tier 3. Sixty-eight schools were ranked.Read full article >>
Howard University this week parted ways with a consultant who served as the university’s chief financial officer for nearly four years and drew criticism recently from academic deans who alleged he was mismanaging the university’s fiscal affairs.Read full article >>
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Westchester Community College