Va. Republicans seek to limit sale of 2 books in Barnes & Noble for ‘obscenity’
The requested restraining orders would also prohibit distribution of the two books by Virginia Beach City Public Schools.
Prince George’s teachers run ads calling for smaller classes, better pay
The two television ads by the Prince George’s County Educators Association are scheduled to run over the next four weeks.
Virginia Dept. of Education releases report on student achievement
The 34-page report on students’ academic performance, requested as part of Gov. Glenn Youngkin’s first executive order. A Washington Post analysis of the report, though, suggests its use of data is misleading.
Some Md. parents argue a new health curriculum is unfit for young students
The framework broadly outlines how to teach health topics by each grade level. Its family life and sexuality guidelines have been the most controversial.
Apple CEO Tim Cook to Gallaudet graduates: ‘Lead with your values’
The technology giant has helped the university expand accessibility for the deaf and hard-of-hearing, officials said.
In reversal, Fairfax to offer teachers raises for Idaho grad classes
The Idaho State program was listed by the school system in documents given to teachers as one of the regionally accredited universities whose class credits could count towards additional salary.
Montgomery County school board approves superintendent’s contract
Montgomery County Superintendent Monifa B. McKnight will receive $320,000 annually in base pay.
After covid cases surge, some Johns Hopkins students want online exams
The school reported 531 positive tests on campus in the past seven days, and re-imposed several pandemic rules in the final days of the semester.
More money would go to D.C.’s at-risk students under council proposal
Council Chairman Phil Mendelson (D) called this spending proposal the “single most important” new idea in the fiscal year 2023 budget.
Va. school board delays vote on telling parents how students self-identify
The resolution was troubling for LGBTQ advocates concerned about the impact on students.
Va. school board proposes telling parents how students self-identify
The Orange County school board is considering a policy that would require schools to notify parents of students' "self-identification."
Anne Arundel schools reaches $2.5 million settlement in student choking death
It marks the end of a wrongful death lawsuit filed by the family of Bowen Levy last year.
After controversies, Georgetown Law students call for culture shift
Students say recent events underscore a culture in which the needs of racial and religious minorities are often ignored.
Inside elite transfer admissions: From community college to U-Va.
More prestigious schools, including the University of Virginia, are seeing transfer students as an engine of diversity on their campuses.
D.C. mayor’s race: Robert White proposes boarding schools for at-risk students
The at-large council member is challenging incumbent Mayor Muriel E. Bowser in the June Democratic primary on a platform that includes several sweeping and expensive public programs.
Edmund Burke School reopens for first time since shooting
No one was killed in the shooting, but one child and three adults, including a school security guard, were injured.
Online learning to shrink or go away in D.C.-area schools next year
Very few school districts in Maryland, Virginia and D.C. will offer a substantive online learning program next school year.
Prince George’s schools are going green with new climate action plan
The plan includes 58 recommendations ranging from reducing the system's plastic use to adding more environmental lessons to the system's curriculum.
Before the shooting, Edmund Burke School felt nurturing and safe
The site of the Van Ness attack is known as a welcoming community.
Montgomery County finalizes deal to bring police back into schools
A news release about the agreement between the school system and police department was released Tuesday afternoon, but the agreement was signed April 19.