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Education News from Washington Post
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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Eric Guerci, 16, won a rare second term on the eight-member board.
Enrollment contracts have become a popular way for career schools to protect their financial interest by tucking in clauses that bar students from filing class-action lawsuits.
In many places, it's the corporate sponsors. Here's why that's not a good thing.
Details matter. Here's what they are.
2016 National Teacher of the Year Jahana Hayes said she wants to help remind Americans that teachers have the potential to be powerful, positive forces in their students' lives.
Sometimes an associate's degree is more valuable than a bachelor's.
Allison Wint said she is no longer a substitute teacher at Harper Creek Middle School in Battle Creek, Mich., following an eighth-grade art lecture.
A Virginia lawmaker is asking commonwealth officials to consider more than 1,000 signatures on a petition calling for greater transparency into the name
Discovery, revealed on the former president's 258th birthday, shows his "modest" home was probably anything but.
The White House unveiled a series of initiatives to improve the way the government collects payments on education loans, at a time when defaults are rising.
After student protesters demanded changes to improve Yale University's racial climate, the university announced two changes.
A new study ranks Maryland 6th in the nation; Virginia ranks 26th.
Jeana Jacobs served as board president from 2007 to 2013.
Tennessee cancels standardized testing in elementary and middle schools, citing delayed delivery of exams
The testing problems have dragged on for months.
A scholar argues in favor of adapting traditional classrooms to embrace the potential of online education.
Howard University is refunding more than a hundred soon-to-be graduates half of the tuition they paid out of pocket this semester, in an effort to encourage more students to complete their education on time.
A Yale University scholar questions the notion of a 'baby penalty' for ambitious faculty on college campuses.
Read the conversation.
A university official thanked the Black Justice League, which protested last year, for raising questions about former president Woodrow Wilson's racial legacy.
The measure from Marion County comes as other localities and states have taken up transgender restroom bans.