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The state government again next year will offer $3.5 million to private schools to make repairs to facilities. This year, seven private schools in St. Mary’s County received a total of about $63,000...
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2014/04/16 05:17
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Achievement gaps are high, and the required standards are not being met for students in special education, through no fault of the teachers, but rather, through a lack of central office support,...
2014/04/10 11:22
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Montgomery County Public Schools has set a deadline of April 23 to accept bids for a child care program at the new Wilson Wims Elementary school in Clarksburg. Still under construction, the school...
2014/04/04 17:22
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The last day of school for Prince George’s public school students will be Friday, June 13, as students will need to make up six snow days following the approval of a two-day waiver from the Maryland...
2014/04/04 05:18
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Class will be held Monday after Easter and June 13 By SARA NEWMAN Staff writer The last day of school for Calvert County Public Schools will be June 13 — June 11 for pre-K — following the state’s...
2014/04/02 11:18
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Howard County schools closed to students nine times this winter — four more than allotted in the calendar — but administrators are still waiting to hear whether or not students will have to make up...
2014/04/02 05:18
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Students will get most of their spring break back with the exception of the first two days. Having missed 10 days of school this year due to inclement weather and used all four of the built in snow...
2014/03/28 05:16
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The Maryland Humanities Council recently announced that 15 outstanding Maryland middle and high school students who received national honors at the annual National History Day competition and three...
2014/03/28 05:16
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Field testing began this week in St. Mary’s public schools of new assessments based on changes in classroom curriculum in Maryland. At least one classroom in each of the county’s elementary, middle...
2014/03/28 05:16
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The population of St. Mary’s County continues an upward march that began about 70 years ago, as the U.S. Census Bureau counted 109,633 people living here in 2013. With a population growth rate of 4.3...
2014/03/27 20:17
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Bloomberg School Researchers Contribute to New CDC Report: Autism Spectrum Disorder Affects 1 in 68 U.S. Children Available for logged-in reporters only Newswise — Researchers at the Johns Hopkins...
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2014/03/26 14:16
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Having lost by a slim margin four years ago, Michael A. Wilson said, “This is the time. This is the season,” for him to run successfully for the Charles County Board of Education. Wilson, 45, of...
2014/03/25 20:18
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Maryland's state school superintendent can waive up to five days of school for bad weather for districts that request it. For the second time in the past four years, Maryland school children have...
2014/03/21 05:17
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Last month, the school system was celebrating its continued progress in keeping more kids in school and seeing that they graduate. The graduation rate for Charles County public high school students...
2014/03/21 05:16
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Marcus N. Tillman would like to see the school system be a little friendlier to parents. Tillman, 49, of Waldorf said with a background in education and ministry, he has a lot to offer the Charles...
2014/03/21 02:19
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The field tests — which will be administered to millions of students across the country, including to Maryland children next week and D.C. children next month — are meant to help fine-tune the online...
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