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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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'I don’t think the best teachers want our children to give up kindness, service to others, compassion, or creativity either. I don’t think the best teachers define success as narrowly as education policy says they should.'
D.C. Council protests vouchers, but senator says they’re needed because public schools are “absolutely failing.”
Meanwhile, Republican and Democratic politicians are expressing concern about a $71 million federal grant just given to the Ohio Department of Education to build and expand charter schools.
Some students claimed they saw partygoers and photos with racist costumes from a Greek mixer at UCLA this week
He's got a plan to enroll nearly half of the students in the country's second-largest district in charter schools.
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology wants to weave massive open online courses further into its programs.
After a mother's complaints about a ninth-grade textbook went viral, some state education board members were dismissive of the concerns.
Bill and Melinda Gates pledge more support for the Common Core, teacher quality, personalized learning.
Teacher: Testing is supposed to provide 'rich' student data - but here's why it's actually worthless
'A test grade comes back, but I can't see the test, or the questions, or the actual items that the student got wrong.'