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Rolling Stone reporter said she believed ‘Jackie’ felt ‘scared for her’
Sabrina Rubin Erdely testifies at defamation trial that she tried to reach subject’s mother and was rebuffed in requests to speak to the U-Va. administrator now suing her.
Education Secretary says civics education should encourage activism
(The Washington Post, October 19, 2016; 5:32 PM)
Obama administration releases long-delayed regulations for teacher-preparation programs
(The Washington Post, October 12, 2016; 3:11 PM)
Facebook-backed school software shows promise — and raises privacy concerns
(The Washington Post, October 11, 2016; 7:02 PM)
American schools offer scholarships for Syrian students displaced by war
(The Washington Post, October 9, 2016; 6:27 PM)
Scary clown rumors, threats feed hysteria, leading to school lockdowns, arrests
(The Washington Post, October 5, 2016; 9:08 PM)
Chimp researcher Jane Goodall brings her conservation message to students
(The Washington Post, September 27, 2016; 5:08 PM)
American University investigating after black student says banana was thrown at her
(The Washington Post, September 16, 2016; 7:21 PM)
America has a teacher shortage, and a new study says it’s getting worse
(The Washington Post, September 14, 2016; 9:00 PM)
D.C. charter school wins $10 million prize to redesign high school
(The Washington Post, September 14, 2016; 7:00 PM)
Riding the bus with Education Secretary John King
(The Washington Post, September 12, 2016; 6:45 PM)
New evidence that summer programs can make a difference for poor children
(The Washington Post, September 7, 2016; 7:00 AM)
American schools have a chronic absentee problem
(The Washington Post, September 6, 2016; 3:00 AM)
Michelle Obama visits the District’s Howard University with host of NBC’s ‘Late Night’
(The Washington Post, September 1, 2016; 4:10 PM)
A Southern city wants to secede from its school district, raising concerns about segregation
(The Washington Post, August 26, 2016; 7:01 PM)
Seeking admission to top colleges, Chinese students flock to U.S. private schools
(The Washington Post, August 23, 2016; 5:35 PM)
Gates Foundation to ‘stay the course’ as it seeks to help shape state education policies
(The Washington Post, August 11, 2016; 12:46 PM)
After School Satan Club proposal spurs debate on religious activity in public schools
(The Washington Post, August 4, 2016; 6:29 PM)
Several school districts say After School Satan clubs likely in line with policies
(The Washington Post, August 1, 2016; 5:09 PM)
Early childhood education gets push from $1 billion federal investment
(The Washington Post, August 1, 2016; 12:01 AM)
An After School Satan Club could be coming to your kid’s elementary school
(The Washington Post, July 30, 2016; 4:21 PM)
Once all but left for dead, is cursive handwriting making a comeback?
(The Washington Post, July 26, 2016; 7:34 PM)
Online education programs aim to stop sexual assault before it occurs
(The Washington Post, July 21, 2016; 5:23 PM)
School district facing suit over treatment of transgender student says it is following the law
(The Washington Post, July 20, 2016; 5:06 PM)
At the White House, college-bound students celebrated for overcoming steep odds
(The Washington Post, July 19, 2016; 8:35 PM)
This transgender student won the right to run for prom king, now he’s suing to use the boys’ bathroom
(The Washington Post, July 19, 2016; 7:17 PM)
How should teachers and parents talk to kids about police violence?
(The Washington Post, July 9, 2016; 1:40 PM)
Residents sue in effort to halt sale of Washington Home to Sidwell Friends
(The Washington Post, July 1, 2016; 5:49 PM)
Can ‘early warning systems’ keep children from dropping out of school?
(The Washington Post, June 28, 2016; 6:03 PM)
How children in foster care could benefit from the new federal education law
(The Washington Post, June 23, 2016; 12:01 AM)
New federal civil rights data show persistent racial gaps in discipline, access to advanced coursework
(The Washington Post, June 7, 2016; 12:01 AM)
Teach for America retools efforts to recruit graduates from top colleges
(The Washington Post, May 31, 2016; 6:36 PM)
Education Department proposes rules for judging schools
(The Washington Post, May 26, 2016; 4:09 PM)
Nation’s most prestigious school science competition has new sponsor: Regeneron
(The Washington Post, May 26, 2016; 12:01 AM)
Some embrace Obama administration’s transgender directive, others vow to fight
(The Washington Post, May 13, 2016; 3:42 PM)
Education officials say they’re trying to protect poor children. A senator says they’re trying to break the law.
(The Washington Post, May 12, 2016; 3:59 PM)
New Orleans tries to mix charter schools with democracy
(The Washington Post, May 11, 2016; 7:00 AM)
Illinois group sues Obama administration over transgender students’ bathroom access
(The Washington Post, May 4, 2016; 3:11 PM)
School crime rates down in most every category — except sex crimes at colleges
(The Washington Post, May 4, 2016; 12:01 AM)
U.S. high school seniors slip in math and show no improvement in reading
(The Washington Post, April 27, 2016; 7:10 AM)
Top business leaders, 27 governors, urge Congress to boost computer science education
(The Washington Post, April 26, 2016; 6:00 AM)
California appeals court upholds teacher tenure, a major victory for unions
(The Washington Post, April 14, 2016; 8:23 PM)
Technical glitches plague computer-based standardized tests nationwide
(The Washington Post, April 14, 2016; 3:38 PM)
Not just reading and math: Education Secretary to call for return to a ‘well-rounded education’
(The Washington Post, April 14, 2016; 12:01 AM)
This undocumented, standout student faces another challenge: Paying for college
(The Washington Post, April 11, 2016; 1:22 PM)
Should schools ask students about their sexual orientation to protect LGBT rights?
(The Washington Post, March 27, 2016; 7:30 PM)
Teach for America to cut national staff by 15 percent
(The Washington Post, March 21, 2016; 7:53 PM)
These Christian teachers want to bring Jesus into public schools
(The Washington Post, March 12, 2016; 6:32 PM)
In the age of Common Core, states are still defining ‘proficient’ differently
(The Washington Post, February 22, 2016; 12:01 AM)
John King is trying to repair the Obama administration’s frayed relationship with teachers
(The Washington Post, February 20, 2016; 8:00 AM)
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