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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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Why testing season triggers an existential crisis for caring and conscientious public educators across the country.
Veteran education reporter John Merrow and New York Citycharter network leader Eva Moskowitz have been sparring over a report about suspension policies.
Public universities, including the College of William & Mary, rely increasingly on private fund drives as state support dwindles.
Survey showed more than one in four black youth feel people have discriminated against them at school.
Police departments are barred from issuing citations by mail to those caught on camera illegally passing school buses.
"Yik Yak is problematic because it's anonymous and it allows people to hide behind offensive and hurtful comments," a university official said.
Media reports have said that Utah is trying to change its science standards to deny climate change. A climate change expert says it isn't true -- but there are big problems with the state's standards on the teaching of evolution.
Members of the Feminists United group at the University of Mary Washington say they faced hundreds of anonymous harassing messages.
A conservative newsletter with ties to anti-LGBT activists is circulating widely among suburban Virginia voters, riling the heated race for the school board.
American University students angry about racist posts on social media publicize the comments in an effort to force change on campus
An appeals court reversed a decision in a case that dredges up the misdeeds of former student lenders.
Some colleges plan their students' entire academic lives, protect their students from failure and give out tons of A's (43 percent of all grades).
The Department of Education is hailing the progress made by ECMC, but critics remain wary of the new owner and the $24 million sale of Corinthian's former campuses.
'Teachers, as the saying goes, teach the way they were taught rather than the way they were taught to teach.'