Education

Seams Bursting, Hyde-Addison Moves Forward

Welcome to Georgetown, Hyde-Addison Elementary School – even though you’ve been here since 1907.

Hyde-Addison, on the west side of ...

Summer Camps of the Day

Ahhh, summer. My boys would spend the best time of the year playing “gear grinding game,” which isn’t its ...

The Georgetown University Learning Community

Georgetown University is giving adults the chance to go back to school with short non-credit courses at their Georgetown campus ...

2013 Summer Camp Guide

The days are getting longer. The weather will get warmer, and school will be out soon enough. It’s the ...

Fun and Learning meet at Anna Banana's Arts and Crafts

The walls of Anna Banana’s colorful studio are lined with the artwork of famous and influential artists alongside mini ...

Private School Admissions Can Be Testing for All

You can see them huddled together near the basketball court at Rose Park. Catch a snatch of a conversation between ...

Hyde-Addison

You might not see them right away, but you sure can hear them. The teacher bellows, “Supermans!” and a bunch ...

The Switch From Processed to Fresh in School Lunches: Harder Than You Think

Three years ago, Sarah Wu, a speech pathologist for Chicago public schools, didn’t have time to pack her own ...

''Green'' MBAs: Learning Environmental Responsibility

In the green spirit of the spring, let's look at how business schools are working towards a greener environment ...

2012 Summer Camp Guide

As the season changes into beautiful spring, it's time to start thinking about where you want to send your ...

The Color of Autism Foundation

April is National Autism Awareness Month, a chance to celebrate these afflicted but remarkable members of our community and better educate the public on the nature of autism. And The Color of Autism Foundation is championing the cause, kicking off fundraising events and donation drives throughout the month.

Empy Nest? Think Again: Your College Grad Is Back

Doesn’t it feel like just yesterday your baby was born? Days were spent taking naps, playing in the mud ...

Conservatives Pack Powerful Political Schooling for This D.C. Intern

When I woke up on the first morning of the Conservative Political Action Conference on Feb. 9, I didn’t ...

Continuing Education

In D.C., it seems that no one can hold just one occupation. Slashes abound in everyone’s job titles ...

Playgroup Rivalries

One of the best parts of living in Georgetown is the array of secret lives glimpsed through windows, down pathways ...

Ghost Stories (On the Rocks) at the Congressional Cemetery

Anyone who walks the historic streets of our capital city will undoubtedly have a few unexplainable stories to share…even ...

Great Local Summer Camps

As it turns out, it is quite possible to give your kids a memorable summer camp experience without shipping them halfway across the country. There are amazing day and stay-away camps right in DC’s back yard.

An Individual Work Experience

The One City Youth Employment Summer Program, a product of the Department of Employment Services, has a tougher twist.

Offering ...

The Importance of Interns

If conventional wisdom and all the pundits are correct, studying journalism or communications in university these days renders you nuts ...

Graduating Green

Just how green are the District's college campuses? We took a look at Washington's big three to see how they stack up. What they're doing — and not doing — for the environment may surprise you.

At School Without Walls, A Theatre Without Limits

The D.C. School Without Walls theatre program has blossomed through a young teacher whose mission is to create productions that are not just for the public, but are inspired from within the public.

2010 Summer Camp Guide

Ah, summertime — the apogee of every kid’s year. The quarter-long punctuation of an existence measured in semesters and three-day ...

Raising Change

When it comes to educating the nation’s children, the talk always comes back to money.

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