Jumpstart Helps Preschoolers Prepare

An organization that has prepared nearly 100,000 children for kindergarten will give hundreds of District preschoolers the same opportunity.

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State Superintendent of Education Hanseul Kang and Deputy Mayor for Health and Human Services Hyesook Chung took time Monday, April…

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Parental Involvement Essential for ESSA

According to the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), President Barack Obama's education law, states and local school districts are required…

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D.C. Charter School Advocate: Mayor’s Budget Proposal ‘Inadequate’

Ramona Edelin, executive director of D.C. Association for Chartered Public Schools, blasted Mayor Muriel Bowser's education budget proposals for fiscal…

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Emory University Launches Search to Fill John Lewis Chair

Officials at Emory University School of Law in Atlanta have launched a nationwide search for a scholar to fill its…

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Bowser Answers Critics With Reign Initiative

In light of recent controversy surrounding the missing black and Latino girls in the District, Mayor Muriel Bowser announced a…

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Informer’s 35th Spelling Bee Another Exhilarating Affair

A tense but exhilarating back-and-forth determined the 2017 winner of the annual Washington Informer Spelling Bee.

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D.C. EDUCATION BRIEFS: Residency Regulations Approved

The D.C. State Board of Education voted last month to approve new proposed residency regulations, which are designed to clarify…

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Ballou Students Get Dramatic with Stage Show

Ballou Senior High School students will showcase their deepest personal stories in an original stage production.

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Impoverished Youth Likelier to Experience More Adversity: Study

Nearly 30 percent of children living in poverty experience three or more reported adversities in their adolescence — a rate…

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