At Saturday's Historically Black Colleges and Universities Festival in Alexandria, Va., schools will get a chance to recruit and even accept students on the spot.
More than 2,500 hundred students are expected to flood T.C. Williams High School in Alexandria, Va., Saturday for the annual Historically Black Colleges and Universities Festival.
A community in D.C.'s Ward 7 is joining the movement to create a cradle-to-college continuum of services to help children from low-income families succeed.
The first integrated school in Virginia says while Black History Month is a good time to herald diversity, the effort needs to continue year-round.
Two teen suicides in Fairfax -- one in January, and another in March of 2009 -- have become the focal points of a dispute about the county's discipline policy.
The D.C. Department of Health is planning to look into why less than 8 percent of sixth- and seventh-grade girls in D.C. Public Schools are completing the series of Human Papiloma Virus vaccine shots.
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