The Md. comptroller let it be known at a Board of Public Works meeting that he finds the quality of certain Pearson-developed tests scandalous.
The Maryland state superintendent of schools, Lillian Lowery, abruptly announced her resignation on Aug 28.
Gov Larry Hogan signed Lauryn’s Law, requiring counselors in Md. schools to receive training in mental health & suicide prevention. The state joins 22 others.
A look at new rules for concussion management for athletes in Anne Arundel County, Md., leaves us wondering if we’re still missing the big picture when it comes to football and brain injuries.