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.
D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser joined Washington Nationals broadcaster Ray Knight on Tuesday in kicking off the DC Public Library's summer reading program at the Northwest One Library.
Mayor Muriel Bowser visited students on May 20 at Burroughs Education Campus in Northeast to taste-test strawberries and salad greens as part of D.C.'s effort to provide healthier options to students.
Julia Weinrod, a fifth-grader at Horace Mann Elementary School in Northwest, hopes to be the first Washingtonian to win the National Spelling Bee on May 28 in National Harbor, Maryland.
Prince George's Community College recently reached a major milestone, having announced its first-ever "Middle College" graduation involving the Academy of Health Sciences.
D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser has requested the city council make changes to the proposed fiscal 2015 budget and 2016 budget to accommodate a funding increase to the city's public charter schools.
D.C. Public Schools officials announced Thursday that they will begin offering three-year appointments to principals who've demonstrated exceptional ability based on its "School Leader IMPACT" evaluation system.
Chancellor Kaya Henderson, along with Mayor Muriel Bowser, Police Chief Cathy Lanier, and a group of private sector partners, recently united to announce two new "career academies" for the city’s public high school students.
Gov. Larry Hogan announced recently that he won't restore $68 million in education funds in accordance with his fiscal 2016 budget.
The DC Public Charter School Board approved three new schools Monday, with each tentatively scheduled to open next year.
A top House Republican pressed Thursday for the continuation of a school voucher program in D.C., citing participating students' academic success.
Area high school students will compete this weekend in the third annual Washington DC Electric Vehicle Grand Prix at the RFK Stadium Fairgrounds in southeast D.C.