Blake D. Morant has been selected as the George Washington University's next dean of law, the university announced Monday.
A group of disgruntled parents converged on the front steps of a Northeast high school last week to protest proposed boundary changes, school closures and attempts by administrators to abolish parent associations.
D.C.'s children are making improvements in changing dangerous and unhealthy behaviors and curbing school violence, a biennial survey shows.
Kevin Maxwell, schools CEO, has made good on a promise to visit all 205 of the county’s schools.
There used to be a time when Rufus McDowney couldn't have cared less about school.
The District Department of Human Services and the Student Support Center, in conjunction with the school system, invite the public to attend a summit on Wednesday, June 25 at the Columbia Heights Education Campus in Northwest.
Parents of African-American and Latino students in D.C. public schools will hold a demonstration Monday evening in protest of what they say is the systematic denial of their participation in education-related matters, particularly the mandated closings of 15 schools in ...
Teachers, staff, students, families, and friends of District of Columbia Public Schools are welcome to walk on Saturday, June 7 in the Capital Pride Parade in support of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender rights.
Rachel Toler, a graduating senior at Surrattsville High School in Clinton, Maryland, takes home bragging rights since she’s being honored as Scholar of the Week.
Today, a college education has become a necessity in an ever increasing information-based society. However, students from working-class families often find it difficult to navigate the complex application process and secure scholarships that make college a possibility.
A local nonprofit handed out thousands of dollars in scholarships to a group of students during a ceremony at a prestigious theatrical venue last week.
Officials at the District's high-performing School Without Walls, where nearly all the students meet or exceed standard levels in math and in reading, have reopened the admissions process after determining this fall's incoming freshmen class was significantly smaller than expected.
About 200 people participated Saturday in the ninth annual Youth Opportunity Summit and Town Hall at Savoy Elementary School in Southeast, an event aiming to keep students safe and out of trouble while on summer vacation.
The recent "Arts Night 2014," sponsored by the DC Education Fund, brought together numerous patrons of the arts who donated thousands of dollars for the artwork of students and teachers.
Due to county policy, there's been a change in admission requirements for the Dual Enrollment Program, which allows high school juniors and seniors to get a jump start on college.