The District of Columbia State Board of Education is seeking public comment on the Deputy Mayor for Education’s feeder pattern and boundary proposals.
Sean "Diddy" Combs has been chosen to speak at the Howard University's 146th commencement on May 10.
Officials at Harvard University recently announced a record-high percentage of black students who've received letters of admission for the class of 2018.
The District of Columbia State Board of Education announced Friday the selection of Joyanna Smith as the next Ombudsman for Public Education after an extensive search process that included a community review panel.
Immunization requirements in the state of Maryland for the 2014-15 school year for students entering kindergarten and grade 7 have changed.
Seventeen-year-old Avery Coffey, a student at Benjamin Banneker High School in Northwest and a four-sport student-athlete, is the recipient of five Ivy League school acceptance letters.
A middle school student has her sights set on a national competition after snatching victory away from the District's best and brightest spellers last month.
Students and teachers in D.C.'s public schools may not have to make up two snow days, but they'll still get a late start on summer, with June 20 being the last full day of classes.
To help parents and students prepare financially for college, Wells Fargo & Company launched the Get College ReadySM website, a new interactive online platform that offers a quiz, a calculator, videos and educational articles.
D.C. Mayor Vincent C. Gray said in the wake of his loss in the April 1 Democratic primary that the city boasts the most robust early education program in the nation. Now the District has another opportunity to bolster the ...
D.C.'s public schools system is about to receive more than $77 million to assist thousands of needy and at-risk students, partly due to Council Member David Catania's Fair Funding Act legislation.
President Obama announced Monday a $7 million grant has been given to Prince George's County as part of a federal initiative to better prepare students for the work force.
The "lack of parental involvement" is the biggest issue affecting black students' quality of education.
D.C. schoolchildren will now be able to ride buses for free at certain times, thanks to a new program started by the transit agency and the city's Department of Transportation.
District of Columbia Public Schools will infuse more than $50 million in new, local funds to schools in the 2014-2015 school year, with a focus on middle-grade students, struggling schools, and improving student satisfaction.