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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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South Carolina school district officials say officer will not be allowed back during pending investigation.
Teachers union survey finds an “overwhelming number” object to the idea of scrapping county final exams.
After students, faculty and staff called for the flag's removal, concerned that it symbolized racism, university leaders took it down.
This career center’s high school program has one of the most diverse species collections in the country.
As the debate rages, lonely bastions of resistance like Banneker High lock away devices during the school day.
'They cry with frustration as they are asked to attempt tasks well out of their zone of proximal development. They cry as their hands shake trying to use an antiquated computer mouse on a ten year old desktop computer which they have little experience with, as the computer lab is always closed for testing.'
Chronic infestations are leaving parents and kids frustrated. This pro has a painstaking but effective solution.
Typical student takes 112 required tests from pre-K through 12th grade; federal officials vow to help reduce redundant, low-quality exams.
Falls Church City won’t issue blanket refunds after Herring’s opinion that summonses can’t be mailed.
A decision to cancel a talk by a critic of feminists at Williams College set off a debate about free speech and political correctness on campus -- and a renewed commitment to bring controversial ideas to students
'Sometimes I feel like being a teacher in the public school system is like being in a dysfunctional relationship'
'I was literally penalized on my teacher evaluation because my family duties and responsibilities prohibit me from working free overtime. '
Republicans are challenging the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's investigation of a college accreditor.
A group of Senate Democrats sent a letter to the education secretary asking for the department to crack down on for-profit college converting to nonprofits to evade taxes and regulation.
And their billion-dollar slogans range from direct to clever. Quick, name the schools behind these slogans: "Accelerate," "Mandate to Matter," "Ever True," "State of Minds."