Four D.C. college students are among the first class of honorees selected as part of the White House's initiative on historically Black colleges and universities.
The D.C. Council's nod toward a scholarship program crafted and introduced by at-large member David Catania could mean the end of the long-running, federally funded DC Tuition Assistance Grant (TAG) program.
The graduation rate for Prince George's County Public Schools has inched upward, according to new data released by the Maryland State Department of Education.
Last week, the Maryland State Board of Education approved a set of regulations aimed at reducing school suspension and expulsion rates. Advocates for Children and Youth's Education Policy Director David Beard explains some of the data behind the move.
Only three months into the academic year and headlines have been littered with announcements about HBCU leadership turnover.
Friendship Public Charter School announced Wednesday that 18 students at Friendship Collegiate Academy signed athletic scholarships.
Joshua Aiken, a senior at Washington University, grew up all over the country. His family moved from New Mexico to Tennessee, California, Texas, Iowa and Arizona.
The CEO of Prince George's County Public Schools is making his last stop on a 100-school tour he pledged to make shortly after taking the helm of the school district.
Students in schools across the country have always liked competing against each other, whether for science projects, sporting events or talent shows. But when it looks like they're competing against a dictionary rather than among themselves, a spelling bee's most ...
Kathy Hollowell-Makle, the District of Columbia Public Schools 2013 Teacher of the Year, will be among the invited guests sitting with first lady Michelle Obama on Tuesday during President Obama's State of the Union address.
Nearly 400 students currently enrolled Options Public Charter School in Northeast could be reassigned to D.C. public schools if the school's charter is dissolved amid charges of financial mismanagement and inside dealing, according to testimony given this week at a ...
D.C.'s State Board of Education recently selected new leadership, unanimously electing Mark Jones as president and Mary Lord as vice president.
Administrators from D.C. charter schools and the city's office of the deputy mayor for education have launched a website to make the enrollment process easier for students.
The Obama administration is pushing to help more low-income students afford and graduate from college.
Officials at Florida A&M University recently announced the selection of Elmira Mangum as the school's first female president.