Four-bedroom, two-bathroom condo in Southeast lists for $220,000
Space and affordability are often at odds with each other in an expensive housing market like Washington, D.C. Families who need more than one bedroom but have a budget of under $400,000 often struggle to find a property to buy in the city, where the median sales price was $685,500 in May, according to Bright MLS.
14 Adorable School Outfits For Kids Of All Ages " Read Now!
It's almost that time again - back to school! And you know what that means... Time to go shopping for new school outfits!
Chicago will require masks in school this fall, regardless of vaccination status.
Chicago Public Schools will require everyone to wear masks in school buildings when the new academic year starts, regardless of their vaccination status, according to guidelines the school system released on Thursday.
Backed by Tektronix, New Relic, Autodesk, In4All bridges Oregon education gap for STEM - Portland Business Journal
It's no secret that students who are underserved encounter more barriers to educational success than other students.
7 Smart Ways Put That Child Tax Credit to Good Use
Last week, the first of six monthly Advance child tax credit payments went out to millions of parents across America.
UK opts not to vaccinate most under-18s against COVID-19
The British government decided Monday not to inoculate most children and teenagers against COVID-19 until more data on the available vaccines becomes available.
One of DC's Great Lost Bands Makes a Comeback | Washingtonian (DC)
Hardcore and go-go are prominently represented in any history of DC music in the 1980s, but there were smaller scenes that connected with audiences here, too.
Young Ontarians have highest unvaccinated COVID-19 infection rate in province, top doctor says | CBC News
Young people in Ontario have the highest rates of COVID-19 infection among unvaccinated individuals, the province's top doctor said Tuesday as he called again for all those eligible to get their shots.
Eagle Rock High relaunches football after a year without it
A major challenge this fall will involve high schools restarting their football programs after deciding not to field teams last spring because of COVID-19 concerns.
Illinois becomes first state to require teaching Asian American history in schools
Illinois has become the first state to mandate that Asian American history be part of its public school curriculum.