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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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Mosaic artist honors Connor and Brittany Kirk, who were teenagers when their step-father killed them.
A new song from New Orleans rapper Dee-1 captures the angst of repaying college loans in a way that makes it impossible not to delight in his pay off.
The mentors will be people linked to schools, officials said, including coaches, teachers and guards.
The school board said it worried about the logistical challenges of holding classes for 190,000 students on primary day.
The University of Massachusetts at Amherst issued a shelter-in-place order after reports of an armed person on campus
Hargrave Military Academy received what authorities said was a credible ISIS threat, prompting FBI response.
A memorial announcement after Scalia's death touched off a heated personal debate at Georgetown Law about the Supreme Court justice's legacy, grieving, and academic freedom across the political spectrum.
Goucher College claims success with experiment that allows students to apply through video submissions -- without transcripts or tests.
New America Foundation argues that the existing financial aid system provides minimal incentives for state investment or for colleges to curb expenses, and is irreparably broken.
Here are the nation's leading schools in providing volunteers for an agency that promotes peace and service abroad.
McAuliffe put forward a bill that would ask the state board of education to revamp high school requirements.
University of Texas at Austin president issues guidelines to comply with the state's new campus carry law, which he opposes.
Middle-class African Americans and Hispanics are disproportionately falling behind on student loan payments, signaling that higher education is failing to ward off the financial instability for minorities.
Potomac Prep says that the board's targets for the school were unrealistic. Its more than 400 students will need to find new schools.
The Opportunity Institute’s founders, and many board members, are Democrats with ties to the Clintons.
Failing to pay up on a federal student loan could result in all sorts of awful consequences, including ruined credit and loss of wages. But arrest?