With the first day of classes for District public schools students just around the corner, parents and guardians are reminded of the importance of ensuring children are properly vaccinated.
Ogochukwu Eburuoh, an honors student at Bowie State University who migrated 16 years ago from Nigeria, has won a top honor from a national technology organization.
School officials have proposed that the Monday following Easter become a full school day for students and educators.
Officials for the California-based Aruba Network recently announced the schools system's acquisition of an Aruba Mobility Network that supports more than 65,000 mobile devices, including 16,000 iPads for use in classrooms.
In preparation for the 2014-15 school year, school officials will host a transition day on Monday, Aug. 25 for students entering the 6th and 7th grades, and high school students entering the 9th grade.
A lawsuit against the D.C. government has been filed on behalf of three members of a D.C. public charter schools association and two of its schools, alleging a significant gap in funding between the charters and public schools.
Colby R. White, who first served the Prince George's County Public Schools system 18 years ago as an accounting clerk, has been named the schools' chief financial officer.
A former middle school teacher from Detroit who has won numerous educational awards has been tapped by D.C. schools Chancellor Kaya Henderson as chief of innovation and research.
Despite a federal judge’s ruling that the mandated closings of 15 neighborhood schools in January 2013 had nothing to do with race, a group of African-American parents whose children have been affected, vow to keep the matter front and center.
The DC State Board of Education is leaning toward implementing a more competency-based graduation system for public high school students, officials say.
A former accounting clerk for Maryland's second-largest school district has been named its chief financial officer.
The Office of Talent Development will host a two-part Substitute Teacher Academy for the months of July and August.
A federal judge has ruled that the closure of 15 D.C. public schools wasn't racially discriminatory, a setback for black parents who say they face such obstacles when attempting to actively participate in their children's education.
A scholar, surgeon and researcher who enrolled at Howard University as a 16-year-old from Trinidad and Tobago, has been named as the school's 17th president.
A former middle school teacher from Detroit who won numerous educational awards has been hired by the District's public schools chancellor as chief of innovation and research.