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Baltimore Sun
Testing questions left to local school boardswhat they should do or are just taking time out of the instruction." Local sch
Testing questions left to local school boards
Baltimore Sun / Posted 7 days ago
what they should do or are just taking time out of the instruction." Local school boards have until Sept. 1 to tell the Maryland State Department of Education whether they plan to set up the committees. Across the state and the nation, parents,... Read more
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The Daily Record
Harris Thompson, U.S. Rep. John Sarbanes, Andrew Flott and Dr. Kevin Banks | The Y in Central Marylandon Health and the Subcommittee on Energy and Power. Prior to serving in Congres
Harris Thompson, U.S. Rep. John Sarbanes, Andrew Flott and Dr. Kevin Banks | The Y in Central Maryland
The Daily Record / Posted 11 days ago
on Health and the Subcommittee on Energy and Power. Prior to serving in Congress, Sarbanes worked at Venable LLP and the Maryland State Department of Education. He graduated from the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
State audit targets lack of background checks in child care facilitiesA legislative audit has found that the Maryland State Department of Education d
State audit targets lack of background checks in child care facilities
Baltimore Sun / Posted 21 days ago
A legislative audit has found that the Maryland State Department of Education did not ensure that child care facility employees had gone through background checks as required by state law. The department, which licenses and inspects 9,800 child care... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Maryland graduates can now get a certificate of biliteracyin college admissions and job applications. Immigrants, many of whom become bi
Maryland graduates can now get a certificate of biliteracy
Baltimore Sun / Posted 22 days ago
in college admissions and job applications. Immigrants, many of whom become bilingual, would be eligible for the seal. A Maryland State Department of Education workgroup is now meeting to plan the implementation of the seal of biliteracy, and no... Read more
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Slate
Under Armour’s Owner Wants to Transform Baltimore. Is the Deal a Rip-Off to the City?of severe fiscal drain looms large. For now, the state has agreed to not reduce
Under Armour’s Owner Wants to Transform Baltimore. Is the Deal a Rip-Off to the City?
Slate / Posted 1 months ago
of severe fiscal drain looms large. For now, the state has agreed to not reduce education funding for three years as the Maryland State Department of Education reviews its school funding formula. “The problem is, in three years the state could... Read more

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