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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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Religious colleges get exemptions to anti-bias law, allowing 'hidden discrimination' against LGBT students
Human Rights Campaign report asserts LGBT students are at risk as schools seek waivers from federal civil rights rules.
The assignment asked students to copy the Muslim statement of faith to learn about Arabic calligraphy.
Duncan addresses efforts to boost preschool, college funding for undocumented students and the problem of gun violence in the U.S.: "Other countries just value their kids more than we do, and that's heartbreaking. ... It's hard to educate a kid that's dead."
University moves to fire professor who says Sandy Hook massacre is a hoax - and allegedly harassed parents of victims
Florida Atlantic University moves to terminate faculty member James Tracy, whose writing denying mass shootings outraged many.
While many students are choosing alternatives to the master's degree, a consultant points to new data on international students to argue that demand for the programs remains strong overseas.
Stephen F. Eisenman, an art history professor at Northwestern's home campus in Evanston, has some questions about academic and faculty freedom in Doha.
Faculty, deans and students talk about life at Education City in Doha. The dorms? 'Like five-star hotels,' a student says.
High schoolers' intimate interviews with relatives are revealing, and as much about the interview experience as the recordings themselves.
Higher One Holdings is selling off its student checking and refund disbursement business to Customers Bancorp in light of new government regulations.
Congress wants the Department of Education to give nonprofit companies a better shot at managing more loans.
Twenty-six educators, parents and others named to committee formed to improve local educational options.