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T. Rees Shapiro
Hannah Graham’s death, a Rolling Stone article and police treatment of a black student rocked the campus.
The Answer Sheet
Michael Alison Chandler and Abigail Hauslohner
Bowser campaigned on improving quality of those schools citywide.
A batch of SATs from a Virginia high school went missing, leaving more than 250 students distraught.
With many English language learners, district plans to use “blended model” to educate all eligible 4-year-olds.
What’s wrong with a test that sets a low bar so ESOL students can get promoted quickly to mainstream classes? A Montgomery County teacher explains why it’s a terrible idea.
From a nationally recognized financial aid expert.
He wrote a response to posts by a cognitive scientist on The Answer Sheet.
Michael Alison Chandler
Activities are already common in some schools, but not systemwide.
Paper tests for more than 260 students at a Loudoun County high school were lost in transit.
N.J. governor joins other GOP presidential hopefuls in a revolt against the academic standards.
New federal data from U.S. Education Department shows an uptick in childhood poverty among all groups
Approach includes proposals to improve prevention education, track the extent of sexual violence, and minimize barriers to reporting incidents.
University of North Carolina trustees announce three efforts to preserve and teach the school’s long history
From Robert De Niro’s f-bomb to Stephen Colbert’s diversity jab, here are the best lines from this year’s commencement speech circuit.
Legislators are taking a whack at the credibility of the system.
A judge set trial for Sept. 30 for Martese Johnson, who was nearing the end of his junior year when the confrontation occurred.
Standardized testing isn’t going away. A math teacher explains how to make these assessments better and fairer.
The 918 recipients hail from 314 colleges and universities. Some didn’t attend college at all.
Ivy schools account for many MacArthur Foundation grants, but 315 schools represented
TheDream.Us founder and former Post owner Don Graham kicks off campaign with 15-million-dollar donation.
The health department will offer blood tests for people who came in contact with the infected person.
The school is Horace Mann in New York City, and the details alleged in a new report commissioned by concerned alumni are sickening.
Kappa Delta Rho national leaders respond to Penn State decision to suspend its fraternity chapter for alleged hazing, sexual harassment and other problems.
The fifth in a series of essays by teachers on the value of allowing students to struggle in class.
Many students are graduating without basic literacy and math skills and other skills they need to know to get a job.
The school provides academic and social-emotional supports for students who need them. Second in a series of “Schools of Opportunity” profiles.
Kenneth P. Ruscio, president of the private Virginia university since 2006, will leave the position in summer 2016.
All teachers and staff at the D.C. high school must reapply for their jobs, part of an overhaul strategy.
Why she was fired in Florida.
It’s that time of year, when students on their way out create a bit of mayhem to leave behind.
A Hogan spokeswoman had said he wanted to hit the pause button on the Core, but it doesn’t sound like it now.
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