Sorority's Research Arm Seeks Partners for Sessions on Teacher Effectiveness

The Delta Research and Educational Foundation, in partnership with Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc., is issuing a "Call to Action" campaign in search of 40 nonprofit organizations to help increase the dialogue on teacher effectiveness in their communities.

Center City Charter's SE Campus Ranked as Top-Tier

D.C.'s Center City Public Charter School's Congress Heights campus has been cited by the mayor for outstanding academic performance.

Prince George's County Education Briefs: Maxwell Receives Environmental Award

Schools CEO Kevin Maxwell has been named "2014 Educator of the Year" by the Chesapeake Bay Foundation for his work in promoting environmental education in Maryland.

DCPS Expands STEM with Lockheed Grant

For students in the District, a multimillion dollar investment from one Bethesda-based corporation could prove to be critical to their academic and financial success.

D.C. Health Organization, Wal-Mart Partner for School-Supplies Initiative

Unity Health Care, a D.C.-based nonprofit health organization, announced Tuesday the Wal-Mart Foundation has made a $10,000 donation which will provide 1,000 city children with backpacks full of school supplies.

Prince George's Community College Hosts Gala, Says $31M Raised

Prince George's Community College recently hosted its bi-annual Partners for Success Awards dinner and gala, where school officials announced that its "Purpose, People, Possibilities" campaign raised more than $31 million from both the private and public sectors.

'Dancing with the Scholars' to Hit THEARC on Saturday

Participants in the annual "Dancing with the Scholars" competition will hit the dance floor this weekend to benefit a scholarship fund in memory of former D.C. State Board of Education member William Lockridge.

D.C. Public Schools Heads List of City's Top Agencies

D.C. Mayor Vincent C. Gray released the October grades for the city's Grade.DC.gov program, with the public schools system topping the list of 15 participating agencies with a grade of A-plus.

D.C. EDUCATION BRIEFS: Avery Coffey Studying at Harvard

Avery Coffey, a Banneker High School student who garnered national attention after being admitted to five Ivy League universities, enrolled at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, to study economics.

400 Unvaccinated P.G. County Students to be Barred from Class

About 400 students in Prince George's County will be unable to attend school when classes resume Wednesday after failing to get required vaccinations, county officials said.

Rocketship Officials to Address Charter School Board

Officials for a California-based network of elementary charter schools will face the District of Columbia Public Charter School Board for a second time on Nov. 3 to find out if they can proceed with plans to operate a new school ...

P.G. County Education Briefs: National School Lunch Week Celebrated

An official from the U.S. Department of Agriculture visited Oxon Hill High School on Oct. 23 where she helped celebrate healthy and tasty meals offered daily by the food staff.

P.G. Community College $100M Expansion to Include Safety Upgrades

Prince George’s Community College officials have begun the new phase of several building projects that will add a new arts building, a culinary arts school and a new classroom facility, along with upgraded safety features, such as emergency call boxes ...

P.G. County Education Briefs: Student Mural Unveiled

Schools CEO Kevin Maxwell, officials from the Prince George's African American Museum and Cultural Center, and officials from the schools' Culture Keepers program recently attended the official unveiling of the mural "Walking With Purpose."

D.C. EDUCATION BRIEFS: White House Fashion Design Workshop

College and high school students, including those from the School Without Walls, Duke Ellington School of the Arts, and Roosevelt Senior High School, connected with dozens of professionals from the fashion industry during a visit on Oct. 8 to the ...