Chancellor Kaya Henderson will officially step down on Friday, Sept. 30, after six years at the helm.
Bowie State University President Mickey Burnim has announced plans to retire in June.
PGCPS instructional director Carletta Marrow has been selected by the American Association of School Administrators to participate in its inaugural "Aspiring Women Leaders" program.
The Office of Family and Public Engagement and the Office of Teaching and Learning collaborated to create grade specific Parent Guides.
Students and staff at Washington Leadership Academy Public Charter School had a lot to cheer about Wednesday after being named one of 10 nationwide winners of the "XQ: Super School Project."
Prince George's County Public Schools will host a school bus driver fair on Wednesday, Sept. 21.
This year, more than 3,000 DCPS students have taken more than 5,000 Advanced Placement exams, which nearly doubles the number who took the college-level exams in 2010.
Reading Partners, a nonprofit early-literacy organization that pairs students in under-resourced schools with volunteer tutors, has released its 2015-2016 impact reports which revealed that young D.C. children are benefiting from the program in a big way.
Results on the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers show that Thurgood Marshall Academy is the best high school east of the river, and remains one of the top-performing high schools in the District of Columbia, according ...
Prince George's County Public Schools CEO Kevin Maxwell issued a statement Sept. 1 concerning the recent controversy surrounding the county's Head Start program.
D.C. students saw growth in their Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) scores, but they still severely lag behind their counterparts around the country.
PGCPS has developed the Family Institute, which will launch Sept. 10 to enhance the capacity of families and other learning guardians in support of the academic achievement of students.
The DCPS Eats! Program ensures that students receive nutritious meals while at school.
An African-American author is returning home to D.C. to give free books to thousands of students in low-income areas of the city.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan signed an executive order Wednesday for schools to begin after Labor Day next year, which he said would boost the state's economy by $74 million.