Is Howard U. President Making a Difference?

With one year left on his contract, Howard University President Dr. Wayne A. I. Frederick recently accepted a five-year extension…

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Leading Researcher to Head Sickle Cell Center at Howard U.

Howard University and Howard University Hospital recently announced the appointment of James G. Taylor as director of its Center for…

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Exempting Low-Income Students From Exam Fees Could Boost College Enrollment: Study

College enrollment rates would rise if fees for standardized college entrance examinations were waived for low-income students, says a study…

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DCPS’s ‘Every Day’ Initiative Addresses Absenteeism

D.C. Public Schools welcomed students back to class for the traditional 2017-2018 school year on Monday. With positive outcomes in…

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Oldest HBCU Could Close in September

The oldest historically black college and university in the country could be the first to fold.

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D.C. EDUCATION BRIEFS: Chancellor Excited About New Year, PARCC Scores

On Monday, 102 schools opened their doors for the first day of school, following 13 extended-year schools that opened earlier…

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Closed Stevens School Reopens for Child Care Needs

The Bowser administration announced the reopening of the historic Thaddeus Stevens School and an expansion of School Without Walls at…

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Registrations bus transportation after Aug. 23 will have transportation in place on Sept. 11.

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College of William & Mary Honors First Black Residential Students With Mural

A mural depicting the first black students to live on campus at the College of William & Mary will be…

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DCPS, Teachers Union Finally Agree on Contract

The Washington Teachers Union (WTU) reached an agreement with the city this week on a new contract that significantly increases…

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