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There are 89 federal cases at 85 U.S. colleges regarding how they handle sexual assault violations.
The rapidly rising number of federal investigations poses challenges for the Obama administration.
The Answer Sheet
Veteran researcher Joe Renzulli says we should ask teachers and parents which kids are gifted.
Where will he go?
Here is more detail on class of 2018 from a Washington Post survey of the city’s universities.
Despite critics who argue the cost isn’t worth the benefits, the research is clear. High-quality universal preschool does provide worthwhile long-term benefits for kids.
‘There is something deeply wrong with a system in which teachers and principals are afraid to act in the best interest of children.’
The event was 10 miles away from where three people had been diagnosed with Ebola.
The “massive open online courses” site opens a new link between Advanced Placement and colleges.
Michael Alison Chandler
Reengagement center in Northeast connects youths to services to aid them in earning a diploma or GED.
Remember when we used to think it was important to educate young people to participate in the country’s democratic experiment?
Testing of kindergarteners is imbued with all kinds of problems.
It is easy to forget about this in the era of competition and big data.
One official says teachers don’t want more content. Another says they need it. But they must have help.
Donna St. George
The Montgomery school board president defended hiring outside lawyers to examine spending.
Tweets showing why parents, teachers and others don’t want their children taking high-stakes tests anymore.
Clap. That’s a wrap in Los Angeles.
A Maryland public school teacher accused of anti-Muslim rhetoric calls it a misunderstanding.
Under the guidance of David Catania, a science project turns into a civics lesson for Eaton Elementary pupils.
Ovetta Wiggins and Lyndsey Layton
John E. Deasy served in Maryland for just over two years, then joined the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
Schools chief wants to increase high school maximums and early grade classroom capacity as population grows.
Precautions when necessary are fine. Precautions when not necessary fuel fear.
Common sense says that getting schooling right begins with getting the curriculum right.
It was short but not sweet.
Think of learning to code as Cursive 2.0.
An Afterschool Alliance study finds that many D.C. families lack access to after-school programs.
Day-long conference gave charter and traditional school teachers a rare chance to work together.
Several at budget forum ask for more resources to help engage and inform parents.
Here’s a case study.
A nonprofit commissioned by the city looked at compliance with the Youth Bullying Prevention Act of 2012.
Yes, it is.
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