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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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'The issue no one is talking about beneath the embarrassment of Justice Scalia’s comments: Vulnerable populations of students admitted to colleges and universities (often black, brown, poor, and English language learners)—those who need higher education the most, in fact—are being neglected by the very institutions who admit them.'
School officials in Virginia Beach say a student posted a shooting threat to the After School message board.
But it doesn't actually affect the clinics, because they were already prohibited from using public funds on abortion. Here's how the provision wound up in the law anyway.
Schools CEO Kevin M. Maxwell outlines changes he describes as “bold ideas” to boost student achievement
The U.S. Naval Academy has two new goats training to be mascots, kept in hiding to avoid kidnapping by rival teams. Saturday they'll be at the Army-Navy game.
Demonstrators greet members of the University of North Carolina's governing body on Friday, and some were escorted out of the meeting room.
Overwhelming vote for change came after university president and chancellor endorsed a move to "Maryland Stadium."
Under-prepared black students will struggle at a demanding educational institution. I know, because I was one. Here's what struggling at an advanced institution taught me.
Rafe Esquith’s legal team says L.A. school district ‘crafted an illegal and criminal strategy to smear’ him.
Police asked student to remove his Palestinian flag from his dorm room, per university policy against all flags, but he initially viewed it as discriminatory.
"Ghosts of Christmas Past," skit called "disturbing and offensive," leads university president to suspend some of those involved.