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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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She spells out her education vision.
Florida school officials found that band leader had inappropriate communications with a student, and authorities have concerns about potential misconduct in Loudoun County.
High school students in Sterling, Va., teamed up with a children’s book author to write and illustrate 15 children’s stories that now appear on library shelves, and in El Salvador.
D.C. Council unanimously confirmed Wilson, who will begin leading the school system in February.
The American Bar Association says the agency retroactively changed some eligibility requirements, potentially leaving participants on the hook.
To recoup student debt, the government is leaving people who rely on Social Security with benefits that fall below federal poverty guidelines, the GAO says.
After a high-profile football boycott at the University of Minnesota, two lawyers write about their concerns that it could harm students' due process rights in campus sexual assault cases.
School officials pledge that every single application will be read at least twice before UCLA makes admission decisions.
Charlotte School of Law will no longer receive federal loans and grants because it misled students about their chances of passing the bar and because of its shaky accreditation with the American Bar Association.
The attack last year on a black, mentally disabled teammate drew national headlines.
What the Board of Education is really talking about.
Jack Smith says he wants budget priorities to affect what students see in the classroom
Just when you thought standardized testing might be on its way to being reduced....
A new study says the program is underfunded and has disparities among states.
A roundup of education news from across the country.
Officials say such schools will continue to be a priority for the city.
An innovative program is mixing students in a new way, and it’s preparing them for college.
He's going home for Christmas. But most people at his prestigious college have no idea what he's facing there.
"As an African-American college student from a poor family, I frequently have to help my family navigate tasks that students from upper-income backgrounds don’t need to explain to their families. But I’m not the only one."
Here's what he thinks Betsy DeVos and Donald Trump will do.
The surplus fund drew intense scrutiny last summer when its value was disclosed at $2.2 billion.