Education

DCPS Prepares for Hundreds of Students to Return to In-Person Learning

Small groups of D.C. Public Schools students are being prepared to soon return to in-person learning amid the ongoing coronavirus…

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DCPS Push to Resume In-Person Learning Alarms Union

Tentative plans to restart in-person learning in District of Columbia Public Schools as early as Nov. 9 has given some…

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Howard U. Professor Honored by National Communication Association

Kehbuma Langmia, professor and chair of the department of strategic, legal and management communications at Howard University, has been honored…

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Richmond Considers Shortened Virtual School Day Amid Complaints of ‘Mental Exhaustion’

Public school officials in Richmond, Va., are considering ways to offset mental exhaustion caused by virtual learning, especially among elementary…

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D.C. Educator Fights Teacher Burnout

School districts are having an increasingly hard time keeping their talented young teachers in the profession because of burnout at…

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MoCo Mulls Excusing Mental Health Days for Students During Pandemic

The Montgomery County School Board may start offering students excused absences to take mental health days during the coronavirus pandemic.

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D.C. EDUCATION BRIEFS: Charter School Alliance

The DC Charter School Alliance is D.C.'s premier advocacy organization dedicated to supporting and representing the robust charter school presence…

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PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY EDUCATION BRIEFS: Free Student Meals

Free meals are available for all students through the end of the year, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Mondays…

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Fairfax Co. Votes to Start Limited In-Person Classes in October

The Fairfax County School Board voted Tuesday night for allowing some students to resume in-person learning in October.

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Howard U. to Lead IBM’s First Quantum Education, Research Initiative for HBCUs

IBM announced Thursday its first IBM Quantum education and research initiative for historically Black colleges and universities.

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