Education

PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY EDUCATION BRIEFS: Wise Athletics

This year, three former Dr. Henry A. Wise Jr. High School athletes — Ryan Smith, Zach Pascal and Marcus Allen…

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D.C. EDUCATION BRIEFS: Market Boxes

Youths now have the option to pick up free weekly Market Boxes at Excel Academy, Langdon Elementary School, and McKinley…

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Prince George’s to Begin Reopening Schools on April 8

Prince George’s County Public Schools CEO Monica Goldson announced Wednesday students can return to their classrooms starting April 8.

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Montgomery Co. Teachers Union Says Reopening Plan is ‘Inadequate’

The Montgomery County Education Association, the union for public school teachers, gave a no-confidence vote Wednesday to the education board-approved…

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Banking Firm Gifts $200K to HBCUs to Foster Black Business Leaders

A top-ranked minority- and woman-owned investment banking firm is stepping up to help Howard University and Spelman College establish the…

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PGCPS Board’s Cancellation of Meetings Irks Parents, Advocates

Makal Matthews worked on prepared remarks last week to speak against "armed" school resource officers and other topics during a…

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In-Person School Resumes in Fairfax, Loudoun Counties

Certain students in Fairfax and Loudoun counties resumed in-person instruction Tuesday.

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Historic N. Virginia Church Teams with Google for Virtual HBCU Festival

Alfred Street Baptist Church is partnering with Google Cloud this weekend to host its 19th annual HBCU College Festival/Fair, which…

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Discovery Education Hosting Event to Celebrate Black Leaders in STEM

The Discovery Education STEM Careers Coalition is celebrating Black History Month by offering resources that shine a spotlight on today's…

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U.Md. Plans to Resume In-Person Instruction in Fall, President Says

The University of Maryland announced it will return to in-person classes for the fall semester, on the assumption that most…

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