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The answer is yes for the hundreds at Georgetown University who want in on a secretive dinner club.
The Answer Sheet
T. Rees Shapiro
Students, faculty and administrators recall nine months of grief and trauma that unfurled in the national spotlight.
See how much you know about the holiday and America’s wars.
The Urban School Food Alliance has commissioned a lunch dish that can be turned into compost after use.
Some history and statistics.
Math teacher Caleb Rossiter suggests his D.C. students would have been better studying.
She turns up on stage to hand him his diploma. Watch the video.
The budget provides most school staff with a 3.1 percent raise and pays for a change in high school bell times.
A lawyer for Martese Johnson alleges that the student’s constitutional rights were violated.
The statistics are stunning, showing a gaping “missing middle,” while the early years and college get far more.
It uses different data and different weights for traditional measures than does U.S. News.
Sen. Charles J. Colgan, who has represented the county for nearly four decades, plans to retire after this term.
The chair of Temple University’s physics department was charged with wire fraud after allegedly sharing sensitive technology with China
This year’s Words Unlocked contest drew 1,300 entries.
Nancy H. Keuffel and Elizabeth H.S. Wyatt
Two board members argue that mounting problems for Sweet Briar, as with many private women’s colleges, made the Virginia school increasingly unsustainable.
Maggie Saylor Patrick
A former member of the board of directors of Sweet Briar College argues that the school is slated to close not because of finances but poor leadership
Newly disclosed by the Clinton Foundation.
Ohio teacher tells state Senate panel: ‘If you’d like students to learn, then give us more time to teach.’
The seventh and final installment in a series about one New Hampshire senior’s quest to apply to college. Where she got accepted and where she decided to go.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s commencement address was sparsely attended, after weather, logistical hurdles and protests kept graduates away.
The change comes after a wave of protests from parents and educators during spring.
Tuition isn’t all that community college students need to make their experience a successful one.
A boom, followed by a shower of rocks with a “burnt” smell, had residents theorizing about the source Thursday morning.
Why it is important to do with more than half of public school students coming from minority groups.
New federal data also shows an increase in school security measures like surveillance cameras.
Donna St. George
Larry A. Bowers, longtime chief operating officer, will run Maryland’s largest school system until mid 2016.
Michael Alison Chandler
D.C. officials want to keep talented teachers and limit some turnover among city school leadership.
The system, used for Standards of Learning exams, prevented students from logging in for more than an hour.
Innovative program helps middle school and high school teachers spot signs of suicide risk in teens.
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