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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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After weeks of turmoil at Mount St. Mary's University, trustees reach out to campus community to gather information.
One of the biggest funding bumps in the school system’s budget would go to non-traditional high schools.
In a letter to Sen. Al Franken, Google says it doesn't target ads to students, but does track some K-12 student data.
The economic message of Bernie Sanders -- free college, universal health care, and his rally against Wall Street -- is resonating among emerging adults.
In the thick of a national controversy at Mount St. Mary's University in Maryland, an alumnus writes a plea
'Standardized tests are the worst.... But I do have to say that there are a couple of aspects of the system that you might not know.
That regret involves Michelle Rhee. And learn who Merrow thinks was the most and least effective education secretary.
A survey of students at Mount St. Mary's University indicates strong support for embattled president Simon Newman
Former teacher examines schools in D.C. and Cleveland, comparing the experiences from the 1960s to today.
New branch of Rocketship charter in Ward 8 makes parental involvement a central part of its core mission.
A tenured professor was terminated by Mount St. Mary's University, then got a letter which suggests that he is still on the payroll.
Some students earn great marks overall -- at or near the top score of 36 -- but are graded in the low 20s for writing.