Lessons must work, not just look good. Teachers must know them cold.

Reopening will be costly at a time when state budgets are being slashed.

Michelle Walker-Davis is scheduled to take over for Scott Pearson in July.


“More and more parents are screaming for alternatives,” the school’s director said.

Some advocates want to repeal state laws that bar county governments and school districts from offering Internet to families.

The College Board deserves credit, not lawsuits, for administering tests during a pandemic.

Mayor Muriel E. Bowser said officials are tracking the coronavirus closely and cannot say for certain what school will look like in the fall.

The federal agency says the breach was an accident.

Decision faces bipartisan pushback but Education Secretary stands firm.

A new city report lays out how D.C. schools should reopen.

The agency posts guidance for schools, bars and workplaces — but not for houses of worship.

Some parents want more live instruction. But teachers and school officials say it’s not so simple.

Overall, the mayor’s budget plan includes $1.92 billion to public schools.

Parents say the county school district is not doing enough for special-education students.

The winning educators receive $7,500 prizes.

Jesse Kraft has been named The Washington Post’s 2020 Principal of the Year.

The rise of public school enrollment lotteries may help.

Teresa Beilstein teaches at South Shore Elementary School in Crownsville, Md.

Google has a near-monopoly on online education, but its systems have gaps.

Higher-education leaders are anxious to test students for coronavirus and antibodies.

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