Mayor Muriel Bowser is expected to name the new DCPS superintendent by Oct. 31.
A newly-released citywide report shows public charter school quality continuing to rise.
Prince George's County Public Schools' "Count on Us" is a two-hour call-in TV show that provides mathematical instruction to elementary and middle school students seeking homework help.
As part of a national effort to raise awareness of cyberbullying, AT&T has sponsored the first-ever Cyberbullying Film Invitational in New York City, featuring high school student filmmakers from across the country.
Schools CEO Kevin Maxwell announced in late September that while services will continue for all Head Start students, they will be funded and operated by PGCPS through the new "Early Start" program.
Even as remnants of Hurricane Matthew battered the East Coast, hundreds still converged on downtown Richmond this weekend for the 101st annual meeting and conference of the Association for the Study of African American Life and History.
On Sunday in St. Louis, the second of the three 2016 presidential debates will showcase two candidates with vastly different missions — one looking to bolster a growing lead and the other attempting to rebound from an erratic first debate amid yet another scandal.
Interim schools Chancellor John Davis will give the "State of DC Public Schools" address on Tuesday, Oct. 18.
The PGCPS community is mourning the sudden death this month of Parkdale High School principal Tanya Washington.
Chancellor Kaya Henderson will officially step down on Friday, Sept. 30, after six years at the helm.