Project leaders hope to begin construction on the 260,000-square-foot center in 2023.
A spate of proposed construction brings “not-in-my-backyard” fears about city planning and the loss of space in a beloved park.
Young Black residents are three times more likely to be infected by the coronavirus, and they are less likely to be vaccinated.
How did two parents start it in a mostly disadvantaged district?
Petworth residents want the pool at Roosevelt High to be open to the public. Can they get it in the budget?
Some colleges are resuming study abroad offerings, while others continue to offer virtual and other alternatives.
Fairfax and Arlington counties joined other school systems in adopting the requirements.
Montgomery County, with the state’s largest school system, will require masks for all. A day earlier, Prince George’s took the same approach.
The leader of the Md. school system made the announcement Monday.
A hallmark of attending college in the United States, campus tours are returning after a year-long hiatus triggered by the coronavirus pandemic.
One high school engaged in a daring campaign to accelerate disadvantaged kids.
The question roiling Traverse City, Mich., is the question roiling America: Is this a racist place?
To participate, students without a medical exemption would need at least a 90 percent attendance record last year.
The idea bucks the trend of putting students on the fast track to careers.
Students in middle and high schools, as well as staffers, can forgo masks if they are vaccinated.
The recall petition against Fairfax County School Board member Elaine Tholen will now go before a judge.
Little League for many families points the way to learning and fun.
Michelle Leete told The Post that her “Let them die” remark referred to parents’ ideals, not the parents themselves.
The new rules allow children access to restrooms and locker rooms that match their gender identities.
It’s a debate playing out across the country as leaders try to recoup the education lost in the pandemic.