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The Washington Post Local Education section provides coverage and analysis of schools, home school and education policy for DC, Maryland and Virginia. With in-depth coverage and analysis of Washington, DC education and schools, including DC charter schools, DC Schools Chancellor, DC teacher contract news and map of DC schools.
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In a society where facts don't seem to matter, teachers have new responsibilities.
The problem with all the things they do instead.
If students treat college like a spectator sport, it’s likely the game will end early for them.
Students call for an end to licensing agreement unless working conditions improve for workers in the company’s Vietnam factory.
Mayor Muriel E. Bowser urged D.C. Council members to approve Wilson’s nomination on Dec. 20.
Trump has said that the attack was carried out by “a Somali refugee who should not have been in our country.”
The future is uncertain for the Education Department's Office of Civil Rights in a Trump administration.
Finland fell out of the top 10 in math in 2012 on an international exam that compares students in more than 70 countries. In 2015, it did even worse, raising lots of questions.
A sobering look at what Betsy DeVos did to education in Michigan - and what she might do as secretary of education
A look at DeVos by someone who has watched her work.
The list was created by a conservative group and targets professors said to have a "radical agenda."
His six-year-old son was gunned down at school. Then the death threats came, from people who believed a conspiracy theory that the mass shooting was an elaborate hoax.
Students in Montgomery could use devices after dismissal or on buses under a proposed rule change.
The Education Department on Wednesday laid out stringent conditions for its approval of the $1.1 billion sale of Apollo Education Group, owner of the University of Phoenix and Western International University.
The lawsuit claims the former students at Chicago's Marist High School suffered damaged reputations and public scorn for being labeled as racists.
American higher education has evolved into a two-tiered separate and unequal system that fuels the intergenerational reproduction of white racial privilege.
Many young Latinos remain scared of his rhetoric and policy promises they feel are targeted at them.
BASIS continues its expansion overseas with a new campus planned for Prague following a recent reach into China.
Critics want Alfredo Francesconi to step down as vice president of the Roseville Community Schools Board of Education in Michigan.
Thousands of Virginians may be eligible for student loan forgiveness. And they might not even know it.
Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring on Tuesday said his office is notifying some 5,300 people who attended a chain of defunct for-profit colleges of their eligibility for federal student loan forgiveness.
An examination of why the data from PISA can be as wrong as the data was predicting the Brexit vote in Britain and the U.S. presidential election.