The younger generation takes a majority of elected positions in Prince George’s County.
George Washington University has long had an outreach project teaching school children and others about the civil rights contributions of baseball legend Jackie Robinson. The university says the project is no longer financially viable, and will be ended.
Health experts expressed deep concern.
You may be surprised by the answers to the questions.
Leaders pledge to divide $11 million in federal grants among the 10 lowest-performing schools.
At Sela Public Charter School, “Mah shlomcha” is just as likely to be heard as, “How are you?”
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill board of trustees approved a plan earlier this week to return a controversial Confederate monument to the campus, despite pleas from many on campus who called it a symbol of racism. That brought protests and objections from many on campus, and complaints also from people who want the statue returned to the prominent location where it has stood for more than a century.
Washington and Lee University's president explains how the university has successfully found new ways to recruit low-income students.
From a teacher's perspective.
Houston’s system shows why this daring idea is a money-saver in the long run.
Education Corp. of America, owner of a national chain of for-profit schools including Virginia College and Brightwood College, is ending operations in the face of dwindling enrollment and regulatory pressures.
Just look at them.
The funds are from the Horace G. Fralin Charitable Trust and from Heywood and Cynthia Fralin.
And it isn't looking good for an agreement.
Reps. Steny H. Hoyer and Elijah Cummings voice support for leader of College Park after turmoil of football scandal.
The process is expected to affect 700 students. Among Patrick Henry Elementary parents, the process has provoked claims of racial and economic segregation, underscoring the complicated dynamics of redrawing school boundaries.
Frazier O’Leary, a former District teacher, prevailed in a special election in Ward 4.
The head of the Thornton Commission becomes board chairman in Prince George’s County.
Six Senate Democrats urge the magazine to recognize colleges focused on underrepresented students "instead of the privileged few."
The walkout shows that charters face the same pressures confronted by traditional schools.