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Ciera Dunlap, 25, has spent much of her life caught in the throes of uncertainty, as a homeless youth and living without a guardian in Baltimore City. "At 11, the state placed me in foster care, and...
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2015/03/27 16:18
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Each year when it is time for executive central office school officials to present their proposed school budget to local government officials for approval, a funny thing happens. The needs of children...
2015/03/27 12:16
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Back in the days before cellphones, elementary school students would beg their teachers for a chance to have class outside. At J.C. Parks Elementary School, it’s the teachers leading the kids...
2015/03/26 16:20
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The Maryland Senate unanimously approved its version of Gov. Larry Hogan's $40.7 billion state budget Thursday after making modest changes from the House's spending plan. The two chambers are...
2015/03/24 10:22
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Two Maryland high school students have been accused of using Twitter to cheat on Common Core state standardized tests, officials said on Monday. A security firm hired by the test company to search...
2015/03/18 23:22
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Montgomery County Public Schools is officially seeking permission to not make up three days of classes lost to wintry weather. Interim Superintendent Larry Bowers submitted a waiver request to state...
2015/03/12 02:36
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The living and dining rooms inside Monica Utsey’s unit in the Fort Chaplin Park Apartments on East Capitol Street aren’t marked by the typical 21st century interior decor. Instead, packed bookcases...
2015/03/11 05:17
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A group of students at Margaret Brent Middle School began discussing revenue growth and how to determine a company’s value recently when explaining how they went about winning a stock market...
2015/03/09 23:17
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Already facing a shortened summer break thanks to the weather, Harford County Public Schools students and their parents will also have a shorter spring break to look forward to following the snowstorm...
2015/03/09 19:20
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A growing number of parents nationwide are choosing to pull their children out of standardized testing. But few states explicitly allow or prohibit test refusal, according to a recent analysis by the...
2015/03/09 12:22
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Three out of every four black male students in Montgomery County Public Schools’ class of 2012 earned a high school diploma — the best rate of the country’s large urban districts. The Schott...
2015/03/06 13:19
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The first wave of tests aligned to academic standards known as the Common Core was administered with little fanfare following a years-long process of teacher preparation, technology build-up and...
2015/03/06 06:16
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More than 400 St. Mary’s teachers will receive a financial stipend this year through a state incentive. Dale Farrell, the director of the public schools’ department of human resources, told school...
2015/03/06 06:16
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Charles County Public Schools administration has rolled out the draft of a new code of student conduct. The new code emphasizes the idea that students should be in school as much as possible, being...
2015/03/04 06:17
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Honor roll Information provided by St. Charles High School omitted Justin Crain from the second quarter honor roll. Justin, a ninth-grade, was named to the honors list. Matula to hold benefit...
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A bill that would regulate the workload for special education instructors in the state has earned frowns from lawmakers and school systems who say the legislation infringes on local control. Even the...
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A parent of a student in St. Mary’s public schools is asking that his child be allowed not to participate in standardized tests, including the new online state assessment beginning this spring. The...
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