Education

Olympic Medalist ‘Leaps Forward’ for Youth

East St. Louis native and Olympic medalist Jackie Joyner-Kersee can attest to the importance of having the proper tools for…

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African-Americans Experience Success After Ivy League

Many African-Americans and other minorities have often shied away from applying and attending Ivy League institutions, but for many who've…

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Four Million Low-Income Americans Have Crossed the Digital Divide Through Comcast’s Internet Essentials Program

Comcast recently announced that its acclaimed Internet Essentials program, the nation's largest and most comprehensive high-speed Internet adoption program, has…

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The Washington Teachers’ Union: Fighting for Equity and Social Justice

We know that every child can achieve if given the resources and support they need. But all too often educational…

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Early Childhood Education: The Bedrock of All Learning

The Washington Teachers’ Union (WTU) views high-quality early childhood programs as the bedrock for all student learning and social-emotional development.…

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Back to School Preparation: More Families Need Help Arming Students

As thousands of other D.C. area residents prepare for the yearly back to school routine, assistance for these families comes…

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Young Adult Learning Center

The Maya Angelou Young Adult Learning Center provides academic and workforce development to older youth/young adults, ages 17-24, who do…

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Twelve Years Later: Class of ‘Katrina’ Set to Graduate

The Katrina Class — the kindergarteners who entered school after Hurricane Katrina wreaked havoc in New Orleans — will soon…

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Tips for Students: Future Health Professionals and Scientists

As I reflect on my journey, there are many strategies I would have used to better navigate my path. However,…

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‘Extended Year’ Seeks to Enrich Learning

In an attempt to curb summer learning loss, more than 4,000 students in District of Columbia Public Schools (DCPS) received…

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