In a regional economy as reliant as this one is on technology and professional services — and jobs that generally require multiple degrees — education has become a largely unparalleled priority.
And both employers and families are tracking younger and younger when it comes to those educational opportunities.
We already put a spotlight on what U.S. News and World Report ranked as Greater Washington’s top-ranked public high schools — and because there were many questions about its methodology, here is where you can find more information about that — but we also know scores of D.C.-area families enroll their children in local private schools as well. Read more...
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