Education

Vaccinations Underway for D.C. Teachers

Coronavirus vaccinations started Monday for teachers in the D.C. Public Schools system, with those who've already committed to in-person classes…

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DCPS Set for Return to In-Person Classes Amid Pandemic Worries

The D.C. Public Schools system is poised to return to in-person instruction despite some concerns among parents, teachers and advocates…

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Hogan Calls for Md. Schools to Resume In-Person Learning by March 1

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan issued a stern message Thursday to public education officials in the state: It's time to start…

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Social Studies Standards Revamp Underway Soon

Over the next few weeks, a technical writing team formed by the Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE)…

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Q&A with Juanita Miller

Before Miller chaired her first school board meeting last week, the District native talked about school resources, serving on a…

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Lack of Access to After-School Programs Frustrates Black Parents: Survey

When it comes to the success of after-school programs in Black communities, many parents feel their children are missing out…

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Northam Says Virginia Schools Can Reopen if Done Carefully

Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam wants schools in the state to focus on reopening soon and safely, despite the ongoing coronavirus…

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New Prince George’s School Board Chair: ‘It’s a Team Effort’ to Boost Education in the County

Juanita Miller, a retired special education teacher, instructor and administrator with 40 years of experience in the Prince George's and…

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In Aftermath of Siege on Capitol, Teachers Seek Strategies for Instructing Youth

The recent attempted coup at the U.S. Capitol not only highlighted the lengths white supremacists would go to challenge election…

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Alsobrooks Appoints Chair, Vice Chair to Prince George’s School Board

Prince George's County Executive Angela Alsobrooks has appointed a retired D.C. Public Schools administrator to replace Alvin Thornton as chair…

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