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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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Public hearing comes as new round has begun in a whistleblower lawsuit related to the previous food contract.
The Pearson Family Foundation hopes its donation will accelerate research on effective strategies for peace in an era of global upheaval.
Jesse L. Matthew Jr. is charged with abducting, killing both college women in Charlottesville several years apart.
Just 38 percent of students who have graduated college in the past decade strongly agree that their higher education was worth the cost, according to results of 30,000 alumni polled by Gallup-Purdue Index.
She talks about the importance of ensuring that girls around the world have access to -- and complete -- their education.
Charts show wide range in graduation rates from 37 percent at an alternative school to 100 percent at one of the city's application high schools
Instead of closing the gap between poor and wealthier students, schools are expanding it through tracking.
The university and the Hopkins health system plan to expand hiring, purchasing and contracting within Baltimore.
Nearly 90 U.S. colleges make first-year students live on campus, citing engagement benefits, but at a price.
Virginia's on-time graduation rate topped 90 percent in 2015, while D.C. Public Schools reported a 6-point increase in its graduation rate.
One in four of the more than 41 million people with student loans is in default or struggling to make payments, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau says.
Philadelphia is a majority-minority school district, but you wouldn't know it from the cover of Philadelphia magazine.
Mayor Bowser and Metropolitan Police cadets are among the first to sign up for the mentoring program.
The superintendent of Loudoun County schools wants to expand full-day kindergarten, but it will be costly.
Treasury Deputy Secretary Sarah Bloom Raskin said it is time for student loan servicers to take responsibility for people falling behind or defaulting on their loans.