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2015/06/29 11:17
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When New Town High administrator Robert Murray told the Owings Mills school's guidance counselors that he wanted to achieve a 100 percent college acceptance rate among seniors, he got mixed...
2015/06/29 11:17
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2015/06/25 15:20
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The Carroll County Board of Commissioners and county schools officials are considering a proposal to provide free tuition to Carroll Community College to the children of county employees and...
2015/06/24 23:19
2015/06/24 23:19
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One of the nation’s largest school systems is rethinking its approach to final exams and could scrap them entirely, a response to growing concern about the volume of student testing and the toll it...
2015/06/20 20:17
2015/06/20 20:17
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Maryland education department officials said they will be double-checking tens of thousands of government high school assessment exams for errors this summer, after a glitch caused students from...
2015/06/20 04:20
2015/06/20 04:20
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Dr. Catherine Marie Russell Gira was destined to pursue a career in education. And did she ever – high school teacher, college professor, university president. “My parents were convinced that my...
2015/06/19 21:18
2015/06/19 21:18
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The Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year with cake, ice cream, live music — and a brand-new, free exhibition...
2015/06/18 04:23
2015/06/18 04:23
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In reading the editorial “Bigger than the budget” in the June 4 issue, I agree that the will of the majority of county voters was circumvented by the county executive, Mr. Rushern L. Baker III, in his...
2015/06/17 14:23
2015/06/17 14:23
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When Maryland’s Parent Involvement Matters Award-winner Andrew Niebler was approached about being the treasurer of Westland Middle School’s PTA, his immediate thought was “no.” The father of two was...
2015/06/17 05:18
2015/06/17 05:18
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While so many teachers teach according to requirements set outside the classroom, few get to create and implement their very own curriculum to move their students forward. Sarah Desrosiers, life...
2015/06/15 19:17
2015/06/15 19:17
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Moments after the 11:30 dismissal Monday morning, first-grader Nathan White burst from the doors of Langston Hughes Elementary School belting, "School's out for summer." And — pending a July 20...
2015/06/06 01:19
2015/06/06 01:19
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A parent volunteer from Westland Middle School in Bethesda was recognized by state education officials Friday night for his outstanding school contributions. Andrew Niebler was named winner of the...
2015/06/05 05:16
2015/06/05 05:16
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Less than half of the kindergartners who entered Charles County Public Schools in fall 2014 were fully prepared to learn, according to newly released data from the Maryland State Department of...
2015/06/03 13:22
2015/06/03 13:22
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Montgomery County students will have a lighter state test load next school year. After recent changes, students will take the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness of College and Careers tests...
2015/06/02 22:39
2015/06/02 22:39
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In the month after Alexander Dominguez joined Maygon Thompson's third-grade class at Charles Carroll Barrister Elementary School, he breezed through worksheets and quickly rose to be among the most...
2015/05/31 19:34
2015/05/31 19:34
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Tiny Md. island hoping to find way to increase populationPosted: Sunday, May 31, 2015 3:07 PM EDTUpdated: Sunday, May 31, 2015 3:07 PM EDT Photo by: visitsmithisland.com SMITH ISLAND, Md. (AP) --...
2015/05/29 16:19
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We’ve been hearing a lot about problems with new Common Core tests that were designed to be harder than the standardized tests districts used to administer for “accountability” purposes but this post...
2015/06/29 11:17
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