The DC State Board of Education is leaning toward implementing a more competency-based graduation system for public high school students, officials say.
A former accounting clerk for Maryland's second-largest school district has been named its chief financial officer.
The Office of Talent Development will host a two-part Substitute Teacher Academy for the months of July and August.
Minorities are significantly underrepresented in public schools, despite the fact that the number of black and Latino students have increased.
A federal judge has ruled that the closure of 15 D.C. public schools wasn't racially discriminatory, a setback for black parents who say they face such obstacles when attempting to actively participate in their children's education.
A scholar, surgeon and researcher who enrolled at Howard University as a 16-year-old from Trinidad and Tobago, has been named as the school's 17th president.
A former middle school teacher from Detroit who won numerous educational awards has been hired by the District's public schools chancellor as chief of innovation and research.
Political strategist Donna Brazile recently announced the formation of a new group which focuses on uniting Democrats who believe in the value of public education.
Students and parents from Frederick Douglass High School in Upper Marlboro gathered at the school gymnasium on July 10 to discuss who might succeed Principal Rudolph Saunders Jr., who has accepted a promotion within the school system.
Tierra Jolly, educator and political neophyte, won the Ward 8 seat on D.C.'s Board of Education on Tuesday, besting veteran political activist Philip Pannell, 704-599.
D.C. Mayor Vincent C. Gray celebrated Tuesday the topping out of steel on the new Ballou Senior High School, which signifies that the steel frame for the building is complete and the Phase 1 of the project is now less ...
The Office of the State Superintendent of Education announced that it will grant $33,000 to the District's Farm Field Trip program as part of a new initiative of the DC Healthy Schools Act.
D.C. Council member David Grosso (I-At Large) introduced a bill Monday that bans the suspension of 3- and 4-year-old children from publicly funded programs in the city, keeping in line with his push for equitable education reform.
Four District of Columbia public and charter schools students are among 24 high school graduates selected as 2014 Milken scholars.
Hampton University in Virginia was named as the year's top historically black school during the 4th annual HBCU Awards ceremony in New Orleans on Friday