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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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An award-winning educator explains why kids should be allowed to choose their books and be given time to read in class.
There’s a crucial need to take a more holistic view of higher education’s role in broadening the perspective on the value of education.
Amid consent debate, the student has decried Oxford's "rape culture" in the past. But she didn't call her own actions "sexual assault."
It's the test Ben Carson says proves Americans in the 1830s were better educated than they are today.
Mathews: Esquith is swept up in a witch hunt amid murky allegations, and district is now facing lawsuits.
This test can help you decide between the old SAT or the new SAT by evaluating your responses to example questions.
Two analysts argue that the federal website comparing colleges would serve families better if it included more community colleges.
Two graduate students suggest an alternative way to measure how often sexual violence happens at college.
But at Lehigh University's Mountaintop Campus, there's an effort to shift the undergraduate experience, teaching students to think for themselves as they imagine their future careers.
Students' tests can't be scored, so ACT is rescheduling the exam for those affected, and issuing refunds. Parents worry about effect on college and scholarship applications.
A student objects to the way the University of Virginia officials presented federal findings after a four-year investigation of university response to sexual assault complaints.