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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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Wee Wee, a piglet a family rescued from the weekend's blizzard, arrived home at Poplar Springs Animal Sanctuary on Wednesday.
After a new member is hospitalized for alcohol-related problems, Duke University suspends all sorority activities.
Anne Arundel schools spokesman created a robocall that puts his school closing news to Adele song “Hello.”
Law schools are in trouble, the strongest universities must have diversified revenue, and most public colleges won't be able to survive without strong state funding.
In northern England, it turns out a good number of parents liked to drop off and pick up their kids in pajamas.
A transgender teen’s fight to use the boy’s bathroom could shape how schools deal with transgender rights.
Outlays in 2013 ranged from $6,432 per child in Utah to more than $20,000 in D.C., federal data say.
A prestige school distances itself from a British lord named Amherst who proposed infecting Native Americans with smallpox.
The public military college sanctions 14 cadets after probe of incident in which some wore white pillowcases while singing holiday songs.
'Most of us went into teaching precisely because we imagined becoming transformational teachers, making a difference in students' lives by helping them become their best selves, helping them transform themselves into more fully whole and human persons. But advocates of education reform have, intentionally or not, worked to redefine teachers as transactional coaches.'
"'Why has 'no excuses' been celebrated, packaged and sold to people of color as the prescription for educational and career excellence?"