Education

Coppin State Fetes Investiture of President Anthony Jenkins

Coppin State University on Friday formally celebrated the investiture of its eighth president, Anthony L. Jenkins, capping a week of…

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Washington Teachers’ Union Gives No-Confidence Vote to D.C. Leaders Over School Reopening: Report

The Washington Teachers' Union has passed a resolution of no confidence in the leadership of the District's public school system…

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‘Blackburn Takeover’ Highlights Students’ Problems with HU Administration

On Wednesday, a student-led protest at Howard University's (HU) Blackburn University Center entered its first full day as more than…

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Virtual Learning Expansion Sparks Both Hope and Skepticism

Since the D.C. Council’s unanimous passage of emergency legislation increasing virtual learning slots in District public and public charter schools,…

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COVID-19 Complicates Final High School, Early College Prep Steps

As COVID-19 continues to linger, life goes on and students must prepare for their future after high school.

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Married Alumni Couple Gifts Record $5M to Howard U.

Howard University has received a $5 million gift — the school’s largest-ever donation — from two former students who fell…

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Biden Admin Reiterates Commitment to HBCUs, Refutes Reports of Funding Cuts

The Biden administration has released a fact sheet aiming to show its continued commitment to historically Black colleges and universities…

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Mayoral Control Question Reemerges as Demands for Virtual Learning Surge

The D.C. Council will soon discuss legislation that not only relinquishes the mayor’s control of the Office of the State…

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D.C. Public Charter School Board to Revisit School Accountability Measures

For the next three years, the agency that oversees the District’s public charter schools will implement a strategic road map…

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PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY EDUCATION BRIEFS: Specialty Programs

Applications for high school specialty programs, Creative & Performing Arts (grades 6-8) and Career and Technical Education for the 2022-23…

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