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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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A look back at Jon Stewart’s 2004 commencement speech: ‘College is not necessarily predictive of your future success’
Given at his alma mater, the College of William & Mary: 'So how do you know what is the right path to choose to get the result that you desire? And the honest answer is this. You won’t. And accepting that greatly eases the anxiety of your life experience. I was not exceptional here, and am not now. I was mediocre here. And I’m not saying aim low. Not everybody can wander around in an alcoholic haze and then at 40 just, you know, decide to be President. You’ve got to really work hard to try to...I was actually referring to my father.'
A longtime rivalry between two storied student publications at Harvard spills over into presidential politics.
Community reacts strongly to early proposal that Fairfax County schools could save millions without athletics.
Thirty years after Congress flagged asbestos in schools as a health risk, no one knows the size or scope of the problem.
After frustration over stereotypes in tech go viral with the #Ilooklikeanengineer hashtag, many women highlight their ongoing efforts to encourage others to join the tech world.
Sound familiar? 'Ethan Hunt, Tom Cruise's character, is nearly always on the run from his own organization. He is blamed for its failures. His successes are never really appreciated, or at least only appreciated during the last five minutes of a given movie before it all goes downhill again in the next one. In nearly every movie, he not only has to do his job, he has to work against his own organization's dysfunction to get it done. '