Some teachers in D.C. are complaining that they still have not been paid yet or having back pay issues, despite the fact that school started almost one month ago.
D.C. education officials have launched a new web portal to keep the public informed about how the District is using nearly $1 billion of federal stimulus funds for students, education agencies and the early childhood education sector in D.C.
As the 2022-23 school year gets started, city officials have decided to give families more time to get students vaccinated.
Is DC Public Schools' COVID-19 vaccine mandate for students 12 and older punishing Black students? That's the claim of the NAACP, which says requiring the shots unfairly impacts minority students.
School districts across the DMV are announcing their masking policies for the upcoming year.
DC Public Schools has released a guide with information, activities and resources for DCPS' youngest learners called the Pre-K Family Toolkit.
School systems across Maryland and D.C. are requiring students to provide a negative COVID-19 test before they can return to class after spring break.
A librarian who was accused of forcing third grade students at a D.C. elementary school to reenact the Holocaust is being replaced, according to D.C. Public Schools.
DC Police are investigating threats made against four schools in the District. It's the third consecutive day that threats have been made against select DC public schools.
Dunbar High School in D.C. was evacuated Wednesday, the second day in a row, in addition to five other schools after DC Public Schools was made aware of security threats. DC Police have since announced each of the schools have been cleared with no hazardous material found.
Mayor Muriel Bowser announced on Monday that she is increasing the pay rate for substitute teachers in the District again.
Substitute teachers serving less than 30 days in a school year will now make $17 an hour, an increase from $15.20 an hour, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser and DC Public Schools announced Tuesday.
Substitute teachers in D.C. held a “Day of Absence" on Monday, rallying in front of the Wilson Building to demand better pay, benefits and more.
A total of 14 more D.C. Public Schools will learn virtually on Wednesday due to an increase of COVID-19 cases, according to school officials.
Five D.C. Public Schools will close for deep cleaning and shift to virtual learning for the week due to COVID-19, according to DCPS officials.
A D.C. school librarian accused of leading elementary students in a reenactment of the Holocaust has a prior criminal record out of New Jersey.
A D.C. elementary school has announced they will be moving to virtual learning through Dec. 22 due to COVID-19.
A former D.C. assistant principal is in hot water for allegedly working as a principal in another state while keeping his job in the District remotely.
As of Monday, all D.C. Public Schools staff are supposed to be vaccinated for COVID-19, but FOX 5 has learned at least 1,000 DCPS employees still haven’t provided proof of the shot.
DC Public Schools are requiring all students, staff and visitors to wear a face mask or covering for the 2021-22 school year in addition to implementing other health and safety measures.