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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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A new program includes instruction on such issues as privacy, cyberbullying and Internet security.
The Wall Street Journal joins the growing ranks of college rankers, which used to be a field U.S. News and World Report dominated.
A composite ranking shows usual suspects at top, but also some surprises.
While we’re inundated with more college rankings than ever before, it seems that hasn’t made us better consumers.
The mother of 13-year-old Montravious Thomas plans to file a lawsuit against the Muscogee County School District in Georgia.
Twenty-three states are continuing to spend less per student in the 2016-2017 school year than they were in 2008.
The lawyer noted that Nicole Eramo had misgivings about how the “Jackie” case was handled.
Preparing students for their role in a democracy is an essential purpose for schools, says John B. King Jr., Jr.
Contract negotiations affecting 14 Pennsylvania state universities ground to a halt and professors took to picket lines.
A teacher engages her students and school in the election of 1800. And it was a nasty one, too.
Donation to 227-year-old school in Maryland will allow for restoration of two halls on campus.
The Greenville Public School District board of trustees has voted to terminate Linda Winters-Johnson.
At the District’s State of Schools address, John Davis spoke of improvement in the city’s schools, something he’d like to continue.
An offended student who recorded the lecture said she felt picked on because she's white.
As defamation trial begins, Nicole Eramo says magazine’s retelling of “Jackie’s” rape account was made to fit a predetermined narrative and was unfair.
After U-Md. students propose a new way to pay for sexual-assault investigations, school agrees to hire more staff
Student government leaders at the University of Maryland proposed a student fee to help fund the office that investigates claims of sexual assault. University leaders say they'll fund new positions for the office.
The window is closing for countering Flint children's lead exposure, according to a lawsuit filed in federal court Tuesday.
A data-rich map that details the growing problem across the country.
Answering the pre-exam questions on the PSAT/NMSQT this week will put students into a massive college recruiting database. Many enticing envelopes will follow.
Children have been captivated by this unusual presidential campaign.