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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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Here are some released fourth- and eighth-grade math questions from the National Assessment of Educational Progress.
The ex-mayor of New York City said tests are part of life, accusing the administration of ‘caving’ to pressure.
Charter Board and the D.C. Public Schools are reporting their PARCC scores differently, with charter schools also reporting those who are "approaching" proficiency.
The 2015 math and reading scores on the National Assessment of Educational Progress are out -- and the news is not good.
A sophomore studying biology received the school's inaugural award in honor of the student who was slain in Charlottesville last year.
Federal officials are also investigating the Richland County incident captured on cellphone videos in a Spring Valley High School classroom.
A provision tucked into the budget deal would let companies robocall Americans' cellphones to collect any money owed to or guaranteed by the government.
The 'no-excuses' school reformers are trying to spin the results. Here's why their spin doesn't quite work.
Maryland falls from upper echelon with nation’s worst decline; D.C. is a bright spot, showing improvement.
Virtual charter school students lost a half year of learning in reading and a full year in math, study finds.
A student-run group at Cornell uses bystander intervention to mitigate some of the dangers of heavy drinking.
The Obama administration on Tuesday finalized two separate rules to prevent college students from ending up in financial trouble while they're in school and once they leave.