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The Answer Sheet
A coalition of religious leaders oppose ‘One Newark’ plans.
What a veteran educator learned from a 17-year-old named Eddy about school reform.
T. Rees Shapiro
The county School Board may cut funding to transport students to the magnet high school in Fairfax County.
Following a series of suicides, the Woodson community is working to prevent more loss.
T. Rees Shapiro and Justin Jouvenal
The Fairfax County school’s parents want to prevent more suicides after six student deaths in three years.
An award-winning principal explains why she thinks the state should ignore Duncan’s advice to stay the reform course.
It’s about ideas, not just race and gender.
Administrators are being asked to confront the school’s past.
Education activists say it’s not clear how and where DCPS is spending new funds for at-risk children.
Local School Council member writes satire piece about what it will take to make American schools better.
Instead of just raising reading standards, can we ask first what our students need in order to meet those standards?
Bobby Jindal, governor of Louisiana, and John White, Louisiana’s education commissioner, were once a great school reform pair -- seemingly inseparable. Times have changed.
Philip J. Hanlon says his school’s promising future is “being hijacked by extreme behavior.”
University pays federal fine of $32,500 for not alerting campus during 2007 mass shooting.
The Washington Post
More than 2,000 readers have completed The Washington Post’s quiz on SAT sample questions. How would you do?
The truth is that admissions offices don’t need the SAT, “old” or “new.“
When they say, ‘Let’s give students a voice,’ they mean, ‘let’s give them a seat at school board meetings.’ Not good enough.
Send in questions, comments.
Dreaded college admission test will debut in 2016 with less tricky vocabulary, focus on achievement.
So, we knew you were wondering. What are the definitions of those “SAT words”?
Questions are raised about what happens next for struggling private school in southwestern part of state.
D.C. government lawyers asked a judge Tuesday to extend the term of the charter school’s receiver.
What testing reformers hope to accomplish.
Emma Brown and Aaron C. Davis
D.C. mayoral candidate said she supported “choice sets” but days later said she was misunderstood.
Walter Fields’s daughter wants the toughest math course, but her N.J. school seems unimpressed.
Put this in the you-can’t-make-up-this-stuff category.
Woodson has experienced a high rate of suicide when compared with other Fairfax schools.
Board passes on proposal to name office building being converted to school after Thurgood Marshall.
Why kids with disabilities have to move to make way for a charter school.
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