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Top-performing schools with elite students
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Apr 19, 2015
“The Washington Post’s America’s Most Challenging High Schools list is designed to recognize schools that challenge average students. These top-performing schools, listed in alphabetical order, were excluded from the list because, despite their exceptional quality, their admission rules and standardized test scores indicate they have few or no average students. Non-neighborhood schools with SAT or ACT averages above the highest averages for neighborhood schools nationally are placed on this list. Our sampling of private schools is exempt from this rule so that readers can see how they compare to schools on the main list.Read full article >>”
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Rocketship breaks ground on new District charter school after delays
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Apr 15, 2015
“Construction for the new Rocketship elementary school, a high-tech public charter elementary school in the District, got underway Tuesday in Ward 8. The D.C. Public Charter School Board gave the California-based operator conditional approval in 2013 through an expedited application process, but opening day was ultimately pushed back a year, following a lengthy search for a location and some local opposition. Read full article >>”
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Strauss: Beyond prestige and comfort: The right way to choose a college
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Apr 12, 2015
“It’s decision time for high school seniors around the country, who are choosing which college/university they will attend in the fall, and its the start of decision time for high school juniors, who are getting ready to start on the college admissions road if they haven’t already (and plenty have). How to choose? Michael S. Roth is president of Wesleyan University, provides a road map in this post. Wesleyan is a  private liberal arts college in Middletown, Connecticut. Roth’s most recent book is “Beyond the University: Why Liberal Education Matters.”Read full article >>”
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Op-eds on religious freedom, Facebook, satire and political correctness at U-Va.
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Apr 03, 2015
“This week in college newspapers across the country, students offered opinions about banning cigarettes, Iran, sex, suicide, admissions rates, racism and haircuts. (But never all in the same piece.)Some are preachy, some are heart-wrenching, some are funny. One that was particularly well received: An Ivy League student offered to become the school’s drug lord.Read full article >>”
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The Learning Network: Throwback Thursday | Elite College Admissions
by NYT > Education

Apr 02, 2015
“It’s college admissions season, and high school seniors all over clicked links in the last few weeks telling them if they were admitted. Here’s a look back at a articles on college admissions from the Times archives, as well as helpful links for those applying today.”
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Strauss: Well-connected applicants, legacies still hold advantage in college admissions, survey finds
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Apr 02, 2015
“Do well-connected applicants and legacies have a real college admissions advantage?That’s the question that Kaplan Test Prep sought to find out with a new survey of admissions officers from more than 400 top colleges and universities around the country. The results: in many cases, yes, with 25 percent saying they have “felt pressured to accept an applicant who didn’t meet” the school’s admissions requirements “because of who that applicant was connected to.”Read full article >>”
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Applications up in D.C. School Enrollment Lottery
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Mar 28, 2015
“More than 20,000 students applied in the first round of the citywide enrollment lottery for next school year, according to numbers released by the mayor’s office Friday afternoon.That marked an increase of about 3,000 applications over last year. Enrollment has been on the rise in charter and traditional public schools, as more families are staying in the city and choosing public schools. City officials also conducted an intensive outreach campaign to make more families aware of the lottery in advance of the deadline.Read full article >>”
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Debunking Myths About the U.S. News Best Colleges Rankings
by Education News Headlines - Yahoo! News

Mar 27, 2015
“Each spring, after college admissions letters have been mailed, U.S. News sees an uptick in visitors to the Best Colleges rankings. High school seniors and their parents turn to our website to research tuition, financial aid resources, academic life and all of the other information we gather on 1,800 colleges and universities nationwide. One parent recently wrote: "After reading through the ("Best Colleges" guidebook), my daughter has seriously started considering a gap year and knows that a small liberal arts college is probably best for her. I also like that there are regional and state rankings since she has very particular ideas about where she wants to live while she studies.”
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Strauss: The emotional impact of college admissions decisions — on parents
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Mar 27, 2015
“Millions of high school seniors are eagerly awaiting the end of the long and grueling college admissions process, with the final April 1st deadline for acceptance or rejection by schools fast approaching. It’s not just an emotionally fraught time for the applicants, but for their parents too. How to get through it is the subject of this post, by Linda Fleming McGhee, a clinical psychologist practicing in Chevy Chase, MarylandRead full article >>”
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D.C. charter board receives six applications for new schools
by Education: DC Area Education News, Education Policy, School Information - The Washington Post

Mar 16, 2015
“Six applicants have submitted proposals to the D.C. Public Charter School Board this spring to open new charter schools in the District, representing a variety of schools across all grade levels.The applications include proposals for a school focused on service learning, a Montessori elementary program, an alternative school and a competency-based program for teenagers and young adults.Read full article >>”
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