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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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Karen Garza announced her resignation Monday, three years after starting and shortly after renewing her contract.
"There's enough wealth in this world that no child should go hungry, especially in school," the Pennsylvania school cafeteria worker said.
Students and staff were evacuated for about 90 minutes after the second-hand threat.
A new analysis of college admissions policies found that half of the top 100 national liberal arts colleges on the U.S. News & World Report rankings now have test-optional or test-flexible policies. In addition, a record number of more than 870 colleges and universities now report having changed their admissions policies on requiring the ACT […]
D.C. Council member David Grosso (I-At Large) wants to establish a student loan ombudsman to regulate education loan servicers doing business in the District.
Montgomery County schools could open in September. But maybe in August. Two calendars are in the making.
DeVry Education Group will cap the amount of revenue it receives from federal student aid, getting in front of a controversial issue as the for-profit industry buckles under economic and regulatory pressure.
Just 17 percent of homes for sale were affordable for the average California teacher.
Students supporting Donald Trump say they are frustrated by what they see as political correctness at some colleges, appreciate Trump's frank words and really dislike Hillary Clinton.
The federal agency announced a set of online resources for students affected by the abrupt closure of ITT Technical Institutes.
She remembers the Virginia Tech massacre. Here's what she wants to say to the person who just threatened the school.
After dozens of people on campus received the same threatening email message — a message also sent to other colleges — a Virginia Tech student writes a heartfelt response.
First woman to lead Virginia's largest school system to step down after three years, shortly after renewing her contract.
Students gathered Monday to demand suspension of students who threw banana at a black woman.
Online sexual exploitation often involves adults pretending to be younger and preying on children aged 10 to 17.
'We have embarked on economic and educational paths that systematically privilege only a small percentage of the population.'
Exhibits on slavery and lynching are raw. Experts say it’s important to teach children about the realities of the past.
Colleges should accept more credits from such courses.
A former Kansas State University student apologized for a Snapchat image that school officials condemned as racially offensive.
The body was noticed by a passerby in an area behind Adelphi Mill.
What a newspaper's investigation revealed.