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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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Findings from a state investigation into Everest and Wyotech could bring faster relief to students harmed by the for-profit chain.
Maryland college shuts down for a second day as intense search continues for student believed to be armed with a gun.
Ninth grade students at the French International School in Maryland respond to the attacks in Paris with an open letter.
A faculty member at a northeastern community college comments on reforms aimed at making the two-year schools more useful to students, and the nation.
An associate professor in math asked friends, family, colleagues in other academic disciplines, and even strangers on Twitter, how they use math and which concepts and skills are important to them in their work and daily life.
The university announced an unconfirmed bomb threat Monday afternoon and began evacuating three classroom buildings and a dormitory.
She slams a key tenet of Obama administration education policies during closed-door chat with teachers.
U. Minnesota student government votes against annual 9/11 ceremony; some didn't want to spread Islamophobia
A student warned that marking the anniversary each year "might make a space that is unsafe for students on campus even more unsafe."
Education Management Corp., the second largest for-profit college chain, on Monday agreed to pay $95.5 million to resolve allegations that it paid employees based on student enrollment in violation of federal law.
Students at all schools, regardless of their socioeconomic status or race, should get the challenge of AP.
She was education secretary under President George W. Bush, and her appointment is being called political.