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Education Trends Education Trends
 Computers are useful tools, but not always the best. Also: Facts & figures; three takes on teaching.
College Guide College Guide
Introducing washingtonpost.com's comprehensive guide to local four-year colleges and universities.

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Featuring detailed statistical profiles compiled by Kaplan, the education and career services company, and Newsweek.

K-12 K-12
 Springtime. And how one teacher learned to cope with middle schoolers and their hormones.
Higher Education Higher Education
 Virginia v. Maryland. Who's really got the better public colleges? Also: Ivory tower view.
Schools Database
Search our database of statistical "report cards" for the region's public elementary and secondary schools.

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Adult Education Adult Education
 More adults are returning to school for technical skills, to keep up in a world where old skills just don't cut it anymore.


  Photos, clockwise from top right: University of Virginia, by Richard Robinson; Computer keyboard, from PhotoDisc; Capitol College engineering professor George Stauffer in class, by Hameed Gorani; Students at Connecticut College, by Robin Shotola; Students at Luxmanor Elementary School in Rockville, by Gerald Martineau; Students at Ball's Bluff Elementary School in Leesburg, by Keith Jenkins.
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