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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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Education philanthropist: The lead figures for the day were people with impressive titles and resources, but underwhelming ideas.
Princeton protesters: Why we need safe spaces, and why honoring Woodrow Wilson is spitting in our faces
On Woodrow Wilson, the protesting students write, "To continue to honor such a man in the present manner is to spit in the face of students whose presence on this campus Wilson would have abhorred."
A new book suggests a new "campus ethic" that focuses reform efforts on fixing graduate school first.
The Obama administration will forgive nearly $28 million in federal student loans for 1,312 former Corinthian Colleges students.
An anonymous threat to Florida International University prompts officials to warn the campus community
Project-based teaching gains popularity, immersing students in their subjects with real-world experiences.
College president: 'At a time when major presidential candidates demonize difference, and when attackers respond to groups they’ve been inspired to hate with terrorism, let’s recognize the constructive value of ongoing debate and that politicized campuses remain places of confrontation and of real learning.'
University of Kentucky president Eli Capilouto explains why he shrouded a mural that depicts African American slaves.
While the teachers' union lawsuit against the evaluations is pending, teachers won't be sanctioned for poor performance on them.
Bipartisan bill to replace No Child Left Behind passes House; if enacted, it will shift power over schools to states.
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