Education

PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY EDUCATION BRIEFS: 10K Grants

Central and High Point high schools are among 100 schools representing 21 states to receive $10,000 Amazon Future Engineer Robotics…

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Morehouse College to Begin Accepting Transgender Students

Morehouse College, a historically Black educational institution for men in Atlanta, announced it will now consider for admission any student…

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PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY EDUCATION BRIEFS: Glenarden Woods Elementary Honored

Maryland State Department of Education leaders recently visited Glenarden Woods Elementary, one of six 2018-19 Maryland Blue Ribbon Schools.

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D.C. EDUCATION BRIEFS: ESSA Task Force Update

The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) education task force will make recommendations in June to the State Board on equity…

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Md. Education Plan Seeks to Improve Prince George’s

For being one of six Maryland schools to receive a Blue Ribbon honor for education excellence, Glenarden Woods Elementary will…

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Lottery Results Spark Questions about School Choice

As D.C. parents enter the next stage of the My School DC application process, a period where families confirm or…

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D.C. EDUCATION BRIEFS: TMA Gets New Executive Director

Effective July 1, Raymond Weeden Jr. assumes the post of executive director at Thurgood Marshall Academy Public Charter School in…

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PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY EDUCATION BRIEFS: Innovative Partnership

Interim schools Chief Monica Goldson recently stated in an open letter that PGCPS has proposed an innovative public-private partnership that…

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WETATi Convention to Focus on Young, Experienced Entrepreneurs

WETATi, in partnership with Nyumburu Cultural Center at University of Maryland, College Park, will host its annual Entrepreneurship Convention, Competition,…

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Home-Schooled Genius Haley Taylor Schlitz, 16, Accepted Into 9 Law Schools

Haley Taylor Schlitz is the epitome of excellence. The 16-year-old Texan and college senior who graduates in May from the…

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