Education

Pines: ‘Creating an Inclusive and Equitable Community’ at U.Md.

Darryll J. Pines may be one of the few people who understands the University of Maryland.

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Absence for Civic Engagement Allowed in Prince George’s Schools

Angel Nwadibia and Leena Mohamed recalled when they joined thousands of other youth in D.C. in September to protest climate…

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Teachers’ Union, DCPS Clash on Fall Plans

Even as the D.C. Public Schools' (DCPS) Office of Teaching and Learning continued developing a curriculum to enhance the online…

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HU President Addresses Fall Reopening Plan

Howard University President Wayne A.I. Frederick recently sat down with alumna and journalist Anna-Lysa Gayle of WJLA ABC 7 for…

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Wizards’ Beal Surprises Four RBHS Students with HBCU Scholarships

Washington Wizards All-Star guard Bradley Beal on Thursday surprised four Ron Brown College Preparatory High School students who will be…

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Hampton U. to Follow Online Format in the Fall

Hampton University President William Harvey announced his school will follow a remote-classes format this fall after initially aiming to reopen…

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Spelman, Morehouse, Clark Atlanta to Reopen in Fall with Major Restrictions

To help prevent the spread of the coronavirus, Atlanta's three largest Black colleges this fall will require face coverings in…

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Robert F. Smith Tackles Student Debt Burden at HBCUs

Billionaire Robert F. Smith, who made headlines last spring when he pledged to pay the student debt of Morehouse College's…

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PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY EDUCATION BRIEFS: COVID-19 Trauma

A tip sheet has been created for caregivers or other adults supporting children with traumatic separation or traumatic grief related…

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D.C. EDUCATION BRIEFS: DCPS Goes to College

Leticia Banda is excited about the whole college experience: "Meeting new people, learning how to be independent and finding myself."

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