FCPS Modifies Admissions Test Fairfax County Public Schools will modify the admissions test for Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology beginning with the December 2008 test session. The test is comprised of standardized mathematics and verbal reasoning questions that assesses the knowledge and skills needed for success in […]
French Market in Georgetown
The Falls Church High School boys varsity lacrosse team extended its unbeaten record to 8-0 following a 10-9 defeat of Edison last Friday night.
WASHINGTON — Russell Berman, a young reporter for The New York Sun, trailed Bill Clinton around Maryland all day Sunday. The former president was on his best behavior, irritating the smattering of press.
Virginia’s first Commission on Climate Change met in Richmond on Friday, and heard a warning from Governor Tim Kaine that climate change is the environmental issues of this and the next generation. In the absence of action at the federal level, Governor Kaine said, Virginia’s actions can and must be […]
Last week, I wrote about Warren “Dr. Blog” Throckmorton an unlicensed psychologist from a small Christian school in Pennsylvania. He has written no books, produced no noteworthy studies and his main claim to fame is his online diary, where he kvetches about real researchers who have actually stepped foot in […]
August 16 – 22, 2007
WASHINGTON — The highly touted federal “No Child Left Behind” Act is flawed and needs overhauling.
It’s just the process. So says radio personality El Jefe of his tumultuous stint in the business. Never mind that turbulence has forced him and his co-hosts, J-Dubs and Shaffee, to relocate markets twice in the past two years and now find themselves back in the District.
The story broke the morning after Labor Day, when the Wall Street Journal ran a front-page piece reporting that Chevron along with two partners had announced the results of a major oil production test in the Gulf of Mexico. The partners Chevron, Statoil, and Devon Energy ran the test on […]