Biographical information for Janet Yellen, Obama's nominee for Fed chair
US adults score below international average on global workplace skills test
The University of Maryland Physics Department has a link to a Nobel Prize for physics.
Civil rights lawyers hope Md. will embrace mediation to address ruling on duplicative programs
89 pct. of Virginia high school students graduate on time in 2013, dropout rate declines
Crawley appointed Alexandria's interim superintendent; recently served in Prince George's Co.
Police, public transit agency help get Boston kids to school during bus drivers' strike
U.Va. Arts and Sciences Dean Meredith Jung-En Woo to step down in 2014
Judge declines to require Naval Academy superintendent to recuse himself in sex assault case
AP IMPACT: Audits show Indian tribes mishandle millions in fed funds, suffer few consequences
Army, Navy, Air Force football start 2nd uncertain week, hopeful shutdown won't affect games
Classes are returning to normal at the U.S. Naval Academy as all civilian faculty return after being furloughed last week due to the partial federal government shutdown.
The University of Mary Washington has admitted more than 80 percent of undergraduate students who applied for the 2013-2014 academic year.
Local students are crossing their fingers that short videos they put together will win them a live Katy Perry concert at the school.
Virginia Intermont looking at merger with another institution, announcement expected soon
Nigerian rights group to ICC: Investigate extremist school attacks as crimes against humanity
Newtown voters accept $50M in Conn. money to replace Sandy Hook school, site of 2012 shootings
Denver Broncos quarterback and Super Bowl champion Peyton Manning will be the keynote speaker for the University of Virginia's 2014 valedictory exercises.
LA's ambitious iPad program stumbles when hundreds of kids substitute games for study apps