For the past five years, officials of the District of Columbia College Access Program have been upsetting the educational status quo in a distinctive program called the Alpha Leadership Program.
Supporters of modernization efforts at Roosevelt Senior High School in Northwest have joined forces to demand that school officials reconsider a decision to delay reopening of the modernized facility until the 2016-17 term.
The Obama administration launched an initiative Wednesday to enable thousands of public housing residents — including approximately 200,000 children — nationwide to connect to the Internet for free or at low prices.
D.C. Attorney General Karl A. Racine championed Tuesday a Superior Court judge's decision prohibiting a Florida-based conference promoter from operating in the city until his company is properly registered and has paid the District fees and penalties to be determined ...
Sojourner-Douglass College in Baltimore has officially removed its website from the Internet after being informed this spring by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education that it would lose accreditation as of June 30.
There is a direct correlation between the geographic concentration of slavery and today’s K-12 school segregation, according to a new study.
Annapolis Road Academy in Bladensburg will be the site for one of two new International High Schools, slated to open in the 2015-16 school year.
Tray Chaney of "The Wire" and Wanda Pratt, mother of NBA star Kevin Durant, recently joined Chancellor Kaya Henderson for the 4th annual "New Heights Summit," an initiative that promotes the collaborative efforts of city agencies in support of expectant ...
Prince George's County's information technology development program has been nationally recognized for its efforts in employing and training residents in the field.
As students slip into their summer vacations, it's up to families to make sure they don't slip into academic amnesia.
The D.C. Council has unanimously approved a new three-year contract for Ronald Mason Jr. to head the University of the District of Columbia through 2018.
Charles Wilson isn't shy about discussing poverty and the issues that face many inner-city and poverty-stricken youth on a regular basis.
Prince George's County Executive Rushern L. Baker III announced Monday that the county is accepting applications from residents interested in serving as an at-large member of the board of education.
The D.C. Council appears set to contract a food vendor that recently settled a fraud lawsuit with the city's public school system for $19 million.
Glory Ekhator, who recently graduated from Gwynn Park High School in Brandywine, has also been named a Scholar of the Week.