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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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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.
A school board chairman in Florida: 'The more restrictive we become in allowing teachers the latitude to do what they do best, the less effective they become. '
Study says that during the recession, school enrollment boomed but school districts didn't hire teachers and staff to keep up.
The dramatic results of protests at the University of Missouri have catapaulted diversity issues to the forefront of campus conversations in protests happening nationwide
Students inspired in part by protests at Mizzou demand changes to Yale University, including ending the use of the title "master."
Marist College in upstate New York was closed Friday morning as police investigated a threat made on Twitter.
D.C. Council wants to study the issue and recommend policies to better help children of incarcerated adults.
Steven G. Salaita will receive $600,000 after the university revoked its offer to join its faculty. His anti-Israel tweets were at issue.
Students at 110 college campuses across the country planned to walk out of class Thursday to march for an affordable education.
An anonymous message, angry about the protests that forced resignations at the University of Missouri, threatens violence against black people at Howard University in D.C.
Next year, states will be able to buy the entire Common Core test, or parts, or even just a few questions.
Remember that ominous threat from your childhood, 'This will go down on your permanent record?' Well, your children's permanent record is a whole lot bigger today and it may be permanent. Information about your children's behavior and nearly everything else that a school or state agency knows about them is being tracked, profiled and potentially shared.
Sen. Patty Murray (D-Wash.) reintroduced legislation to make it easier for homeless college students to complete school.