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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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Is an upcoming Supreme Court case a strike for individual rights or a deceptive attack on teachers unions?
The Supreme Court will soon hear arguments in Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association, a lawsuit with major implications for the future of organized labor.
Shortly after university leaders and protesters reach agreement on demands to improve the racial climate on campus, an alert goes out about threatened violence
Students said they want more college preparation, counseling and better facilities for alternative schools.
Protesters continue to occupy Princeton president's office, as they press for removal of Woodrow Wilson's name from buildings
Among their demands: Princeton should "recognize the racist legacy" of President Woodrow Wilson, a famous alumnus, and remove his name from buildings.
Department Inspector General Kathleen Tighe says her investigators were able to penetrate the department's data systems without being detected.
The District’s State Board of Education asks superintendent to develop rules, but warns that diploma is not a “magic formula.”
Like a presidential candidate, a college applicant is really in the business of persuasion and diplomacy, winning over humans and swaying the vote in his or her favor.
It's going to be another year of lackluster tuition revenue growth for universities, as the pipeline of students heading to college dries up and families remain sensitive to prices.
HUD estimates there are 127,000 homeless children in the country. The Education Department says there are 1.3 million.
Martese Johnson is suing the state’s alcohol control agency and its officers involved in his bloody arrest in March.
Student activists are banding together with like-minded protesters on other campuses to send a national message about race.
Government watchdogs raised concerns about the financial arm of the Department of Education's ability to manage more than $1 trillion in federal student loans and grants.
Last week protesters presented a list of demands to the Yale University president. On Tuesday he said that in 35 years on the campus he had never been so moved by students, and promised changes
The “opt out” movement in pockets nationwide means some schools fail to meet federal test requirements.
Washington College begins a third day of uncertainty, with campus evacuated over concerns about a missing student with a gun
Many schools had big dreams when they entered NCAA Division I athletics, but much of the financial burden of athletic mediocrity -- or worse -- has fallen on their students.