Education

Local Universities Look to Future Beyond Pandemic

Discussions continue to unfold among leaders at local institutions such as Howard University about the likelihood of this unprecedented experience…

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Local Educators Use TV as Tool During Pandemic

For the time being, schoolchildren across the D.C. metropolitan area are relegated to their homes, where they have been tasked…

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Technology Boost Aims to Help Prince George’s Students

Hundreds of parents and guardians patiently waited in their vehicles Thursday outside Crossland High School in Temple Hills to receive…

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D.C. EDUCATION BRIEFS: Virtual Community Service Opportunities

During school closure or extenuating circumstances, DCPS's goal is to ensure students have every opportunity to complete their 100 hours…

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Prolonged D.C. School Closures Threaten Achievement Rates: Study

Student proficiency rates could decline by more than 16 percent in English language arts and 10 percent in math if…

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GOP Lawmaker Questions Howard U. Stimulus Aid

The $13 million in stimulus assistance to Howard University has come under attack by Rep. Matt Gaetz.

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Morgan State’s William Lessane Nominated for Civic Fellowship Program

Morgan State University student and Baltimore native William Lessane has been nominated by university President David Wilson for a Newman…

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High School Seniors Optimistic Amid Coronavirus

With Maryland public schools now closed through April 24, students will miss at least another three weeks of hanging with…

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PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY EDUCATION BRIEFS: Schools Closed until April 24

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan and State Superintendent of Education Karen Salmon have announced that all public schools will remain closed…

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D.C. EDUCATION BRIEFS: Mayor’s Message

Residents should only be leaving home to buy groceries or other essential items, to pick up medicine, advised to seek…

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