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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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Actor and comedian John Cleese says he has been warned to avoid most university campuses as students are too apt to be offended by jokes.
No state gets better than an overall C on six different criteria by a public education advocacy group.
Documentary examines epidemic of painkiller abuse and heroin use, telling harrowing — and sometimes deadly — s tories.
'It felt like my heart was on fire and a hippopotamus was sitting on my rib cage and crushing me. It was in these moments that everything I had ever learned left me.'
Chief information officer ran home theater installation, car detailing business and employed subordinates.
Handpicked business leaders met with state officials in secret for 10 months to craft a takeover law.
The Department of Education cut off federal loans and grants to dozens of beauty schools and three technical trade schools for falsifying a wide range of records.
Students rally over allegations that black women were attacked by white people shouting racial slurs
Police are investigating allegations by three black women that they were assaulted on a bus by a group of 10-12 people shouting racial slurs
The school system is investigating whether students were kept on the rolls after enrollment dropped.
Almost all of the reactions I’ve heard have been positive, as early confusion morphed into understanding.
School to review PR about claims that beverage benefits football players on “concussion-related measures.”
Education activists and parents say threats of sanctions from the U.S. Education Department won't deter them.
Teacher: 'I do not think at age 17 that I fully understood how far forward into my future the hairy hand of the SAT would travel.'
Students are anxious to know their chances of securing admission when the in-state share of seats is falling at dozens of prominent public schools