Communication between school officials and community members, in the name of “transparency,” often suffers from formality.
A health program in Worcester Co., Md., takes aim at suicide among young people in the county, a tall order for a resort town.
Students play a role in an education campaign aimed at preventing heroin addiction, announced this morning by the lt. gov. of Md.
The list includes 6 public and 2 private schools in Md. and 13 public and 3 private schools in IL. We congratulate them all.
At the expo for magnet programs in Baltimore Co., we learned about a mature program that provides more opportunities every year.
Charges have been made against Harford Co., Md., public schools that they aren’t taking proper care to educate kids with autism.
Schools in Md. and IL are in bad need of maintenance: one is a quick fix involving chlorine, the other more long-term.
We read that school officials sometimes claim how they’re running their classrooms is “policy” when it’s actually nothing more than an opinion.
A report from Howard County, Md., links eligibility for free lunch in school with college enrollment and completion rates.
A student at Douglass H.S. in Baltimore was charged with attempted murder in connection with an assault on another student at the school.