Education

Black Graduate Students Weighed Down by Huge Loan Debt: Report

With graduate students taking on $37 billion in debt each year, there is growing evidence that programs allowing them to…

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Prince George’s Schools Battle Bus Driver Shortage

A shortage of about 150 school bus drivers in Prince George's County has prompted hiring officials to take to social…

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D.C. EDUCATION BRIEFS: Learning the Hebrew Language

At the start of the next school year, students at Sela Public Charter School will have two teachers in each…

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Parents Prioritize School Equality in Charter Board Exec Search

Whoever replaces Scott Pearson at the DC Public Charter School Board (DCPCSB) will sit at the helm of the government…

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PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY EDUCATION BRIEFS: Helping Homeless Families

Over the holidays, teachers and families at Chesapeake Math & IT Elementary North Elementary School donated nearly 2,000 items to…

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Four Black Women Named as Rhodes Scholars

Four Black women are among 32 American winners of Rhodes Scholarships for graduate study at Oxford University in England.

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Students, Teachers at La. School Use Self-Efficacy to Master Learning

The school has a unique model to educate students.

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D.C. EDUCATION BRIEFS: Web Design Certification

Students at Washington Leadership Academy Public Charter School can earn a web specialist certification by completing the Advanced HTML5 &…

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PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY EDUCATION BRIEFS: School Lunch Debt

DARCARS Automotive Group spread holiday cheer last month by presenting a check for $25,000 to the Excellence in Education Foundation…

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Education Dept. Restores Howard U. to Advanced Payment System

The U. S. Department of Education has notified Howard University of its removal from the Heightened Cash Monitoring method of…

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