Raise DC, a cross-sector partnership focused on improving the lives of District youth through educational outcomes, recently announced the launch of the Data Spotlight Awards.
Members of the Prince George's County Drug Policy Coalition gathered Wednesday at the Harborside Hotel in Oxon Hill to honor 17 students with scholarships at the 4th annual "Empowering Future Leaders Scholarship Breakfast."
The 7th annual Total Sunshine School Grade Rewards Ceremony honored H.D. Woodson High School seniors salutatorian David Wynn, 18 and valedictorian Christopher Chandler, 17, best friends and future electrical engineers on Thursday at Roosevelt High School.
Prince George’s County Public Schools will begin its four-day workweek schedule on Monday, June 22 and end the week of Aug. 7.
School officials recently celebrated the modernization project for Lafayette Elementary School in Northwest, which will allow the enrollment of 105 more students once completed.
D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser joined city schools staffers and administrators Tuesday to announce a multimillion investment in a new curricular strategy crafted by the public schools system's top teachers.
Education reform alone isn't enough to close achievement gaps between blacks and whites, according to a new report by the Economic Policy Institute.
Edem Kudzi, a senior at Suitland Senior High School, joins the roster of students honored as Scholar of the Week.
Graduates at colleges and universities in the District of Columbia average $22,048 in debt, with 52 percent carrying a student loan debt.
Several stellar students are being featured in DCPS's "Graduate Spotlight" to share who they are, what they plan to do next, and what makes the Class of 2015 shine.
Honoring the educators who are inspiring the next generation of engineering students, DiscoverE recently announced the recipients of the 2015 DiscoverE Educator Awards.
A veteran Howard University educator has been named the university's Woman in STEM Researcher of the Year for her contributions in waste-water treatment research.
The University of Baltimore School of Law has launched a new program to better prepare students from Maryland's historically black colleges and universities for the law school admissions process.
Julia Weinrod, a fifth-grader at Horace Mann Elementary in Northwest, advanced to the third round at the National Spelling Bee in National Harbor, Maryland, on Thursday.
Takisha Webb, a fourth-grade science teacher at Deerfield Run Elementary School in Laurel, has been named a recipient of the 2015 Christa McAuliffe Outstanding Teacher Award.