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Baltimore Sun
Lawmakers concerned and angry about city schools enrollment woesState lawmakers are blasting Baltimore school leaders and demanding increased o
Lawmakers concerned and angry about city schools enrollment woes
Baltimore Sun / Posted 3 days ago
State lawmakers are blasting Baltimore school leaders and demanding increased oversight following revelations that the district may have inflated student enrollment numbers. The district's budget is being reduced by $30 million next school year, in... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
City schools lose hundreds of students, millions in fundingAfter enrollment in Baltimore public schools unexpectedly dropped following yea
City schools lose hundreds of students, millions in funding
Baltimore Sun / Posted 10 days ago
After enrollment in Baltimore public schools unexpectedly dropped following years of growth, officials are bracing for nearly $30 million in funding cuts and investigating whether hundreds of students were mistakenly kept on the rolls. City schools... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
In school, snow days aren't free daysAs nearly every public school student and parent knows by now, snow days aren't
In school, snow days aren't free days
Baltimore Sun / Posted 12 days ago
As nearly every public school student and parent knows by now, snow days aren't really free days. They must be paid back in the classroom in June, just when everyone is ready to be finished with books and spending time anywhere but behind a desk. So... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Schools for juveniles to get more resources in Hogan's budgetMaryland's schools for juvenile offenders will get additional funding and staff
Schools for juveniles to get more resources in Hogan's budget
Baltimore Sun / Posted 17 days ago
Maryland's schools for juvenile offenders will get additional funding and staff in Gov. Larry Hogan's proposed fiscal year 2017 budget, a measure that comes after revelations that for years the state education department has failed to properly... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
'I don't see this community getting that wound up' over Aberdeen High's cap and gown color changeMany in the Aberdeen community seem supportive or indifferent about Aberdeen Hi
'I don't see this community getting that wound up' over Aberdeen High's cap and gown color change
Baltimore Sun / Posted 24 days ago
Many in the Aberdeen community seem supportive or indifferent about Aberdeen High School's announcement that all graduates this year will wear blue caps and gowns, breaking the tradition of boys wearing blue while girls wear gold. "The senior class... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Delegates Lam, Ebersole, Hill talk about priorities for District 12 in 2016In their first year representing District 12, which covers part of Baltimore an
Delegates Lam, Ebersole, Hill talk about priorities for District 12 in 2016
Baltimore Sun / Posted 27 days ago
In their first year representing District 12, which covers part of Baltimore and Howard counties, Democratic Dels. Clarence Lam, Eric Ebersole and Terri Hill struck up a rapport, relying on and building off one another, they said. Heading into their... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Gus A. Crenson, former communications director at the Md. Department of Education, diesGus A. Crenson, former director of communications at the Maryland State Departm
Gus A. Crenson, former communications director at the Md. Department of Education, dies
Baltimore Sun / Posted 29 days ago
Gus A. Crenson, former director of communications at the Maryland State Department of Education, died from congestive heart failure Dec. 17 at his home in Hampton. He was 94. Mr. Crenson was born in Manhattan and was raised in the Bronx. The oldest... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
All Aberdeen High seniors will graduate in single color caps and gownsFor the first time, all students graduating from Aberdeen High School in June w
All Aberdeen High seniors will graduate in single color caps and gowns
Baltimore Sun / Posted a month ago
For the first time, all students graduating from Aberdeen High School in June will wear one color caps and gowns – royal blue – a break from a long tradition where boys wore blue caps and gowns and girls wore gold caps and gowns. While AHS is the... Read more

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