How can parents help their kids to create and keep up with organization? A former local educator has these simple steps to follow.
Cellphones and laptops can be distracting for students in classrooms, and new research also shows that using electronic devices can even lower students’ grades.
The new approach is part of broader efforts to reduce fare disputes and increase compliance with the fare system. Students currently use their DC One identification cards to board a train or bus.
The demonstrations, which began Thursday over the economic woes plaguing Iran and continued Sunday, appear to be the largest to strike the Islamic Republic since 2009.
In a neighborhood plagued with violence, poverty and substance abuse, middle schoolers discover all the ways they can write their own future.
These students are about giving back all year long — take a look at how young people throughout Maryland, Virginia and D.C. have made a difference in their communities.
Akhei Togun of Virginia Beach, Virginia won the 11th annual Poetry Out Loud National Poetry Recitation Contest and its top prize of $20,000.
D.C. elementary students protest the design plans for a school renovation project in a YouTube video. (Video)
Students and parents are being invited to a free event this weekend aimed at addressing a serious and widespread issue: relationship violence.
Two male middle school students are charged with sexual battery after they are accused of touching a female student on a school bus.
Virginia’s House and Senate have approved bills that would require an average of 20 minutes of recess or other physical activity per day for elementary school students.
WASHINGTON — The average cost of in-state tuition plus room and board at a public college is up to $19,548, according to the College Board. A new survey looks at what families are doing to…
The Maryland State Education Association co-sponsored a town hall meeting Wednesday on the topic of standardized testing that included students, parents and teachers.
By Ann Dolin, M.Ed. WASHINGTON — Got a reluctant writer on your hands? Although the summer is a perfect time of year to improve writing skills, it’s also the time that kids are the most…
By Ann Dolin, M.Ed. WASHINGTON — Finding that elusive balance between summer learning and summer fun can be tough. Why? We’re all aware of the research: two and a half months of learning loss makes parents worried…