School administrators surprised some of this year's Standing Ovation Award recipients with a recent visit to their schools by Chancellor Kaya Henderson.
Students from George Washington University in D.C. were among 12 teams of young innovators from six continents gathered this weekend in Paris to pitch technological and social innovations to counter climate change.
Cyrano Battiste, a senior at Potomac High School in Oxon Hill, has been named Scholar of the Week.
D.C. Public Schools Chancellor Kaya Henderson issued a statement during Thanksgiving break expressing her gratitude for all who have helped make her tenure a success.
The Howard University Showtime marching band, which made national news when it protested against the university during a football game because of the school's failure to honor members' financial aid, has finally been made whole, band members said.
More than 180 public and charter schools in the District will participate in My School DC’s annual EdFEST to empower families to find the best fit for their child by providing direct access to school choice.
Erica Jones, a senior at McKinley Technology High School in Northeast, has been on the varsity volleyball team all four years of high school, an accomplishment she attributes to the "very rare" overhead serve she displayed in middle school.
Prince George's County Public Schools will host a Teacher Recruitment Fair next month in search of top educators from across the nation.
A building on University of Maryland's College Park campus has been named in honor of the late Parren Mitchell, the first African-American elected to Congress from Maryland.
District of Columbia Public Schools Chancellor Kaya Henderson continues to receive accolades in the wake of her fifth anniversary at the helm.
Members of the community are invited to join DCPS faculty, staff, students and parents in wishing Chancellor Kaya Henderson the best as she celebrates her fifth year as chief administrator.
Members of Howard University's "Showtime" marching band are protesting the university's administration due to a lack of scholarship disbursements and other allocated band funds.
School officials recently received the high school test results (regarding Algebra 1, Algebra 2, and English 10) for the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers tests, administered for the first time in the spring.
According to new test results released from the Office of the State Superintendent, the percentage of students at Ballou, Roosevelt and Woodson high schools in the District on a college readiness track comes in at a startling zero.
Officials for D.C.'s public and charter school systems announced this week that student enrollment has increased for the seventh straight year.