The University of the District of Columbia is partnering with D.C. Public Schools to try to appeal to high-achieving students.
Allen Sessoms, president of the University of the District of Columbia, has been working to improve the university's image.
George Mason University graduate students are using something many teens may have at home for a lesson in distracted driving: a Sony Playstation 2 and the driving game Gran Turismo 4.
For the first time ever in D.C.'s history, enrollment in both the city's charter schools and traditional public schools has increased.
Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli is awaiting a decision from the state's Supreme Court on his efforts to investigate former University of Virginia climate professor Michael Mann.
D.C. Public Schools Interim Chancellor Kaya Henderson says the District is looking at closing some high schools before the 2012-2013 academic year.
Because of the largest increase in crime in five years, Metro wants to curb the problem by restricting students' use of its bus and rail system.
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