Educational Trends Change — Just Like Life

Educational trends will continue to change because the world continues to change.

Gaining STEAM in Education

Both private and public sectors report that 21st-century workers require skills that many of today's graduates don’t have.

College Planning Begins Early

As parents grapple with the preparation involved in sending their children off to college for the first time, they also have to consider the financial commitment that comes along with this educational milestone.

Prince George's County Schools Post Bus Routes Online

Prince George's County parents who may have not received a physical copy of their child's bus schedule can view them online.

Good Soil: The Overlooked Aspect of School Reform

Students who are fortunate enough to live in a home and community environment that consistently supports their educational learning have a heightened potential for academic success because they are rooted in good soil.

Prince George's County Education Briefs: Back to School

Mark your calendars. The first day back to school for all students is Tuesday, Aug. 25.

BANKS: Parents, You Have Options

For parents who want quality in education for their children at a reduced cost, there are options.

D.C. EDUCATION BRIEFS: Two New Academies Announced

Mayor Muriel Bowser joined Chancellor Kaya Henderson and Metropolitan Police Department Chief Cathy Lanier this past spring to announce the opening of two new career academies — one of which will be ready for students when they return to school ...

D.C. Board of Education Launches Task Force to Ease High School Credit Restrictions

The D.C. State Board of Education announced Thursday it has created a task force to help make the high school credit system less rigid for students.

Morgan State U. Program Gives STEM Opportunities to Minority Students

Morgan State University's Minority Male Makers Program will introduce young black men to opportunities in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math.

Michelle Obama Hosts Educational Summit

E! News co-anchor Terrence Jenkins moderated a panel featuring first lady Michelle Obama, U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan, rapper Wale and Brown University rising senior Manuel Contreras on July 23, in the East Room of the White House as ...

Howard University Makes List of 10 Best HBCUs

Howard University ranks among the nation's 10 best historically black colleges and universities, according to a new report from an independent online publication.

Reports of Hate Speech, Graffiti on Decline, Department of Education Says

The percentage of students who said they were targets of hate speech has decreased significantly, according to newly-released data from the U.S. Department of Education.

George Washington U. Won't Require SAT, ACT Scores

George Washington University announced Monday it would no longer require its applicants to submit SAT or ACT scores, one of the nation's first major schools to make the tests optional.

Blacks' College Enrollment Down, But Student Loan Debt Up

Recognizing that a college degree is one of the surest paths to a job and economic security, Black families are taking on more student loan debt than White and Hispanic families, according to a new report by Wells Fargo.