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Maryland names school commission members

By MarylandReporter.com All but two of the 26 members on the new commission on school funding have now been named, and it will hold its first meeting Sept. 29. Former University System Chancellor Brit Kirwan was named chair last month […]

Maryland names school commission members

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By MarylandReporter.com All but two of the 26 members on the new commission on school funding have now been named, and it will hold its first meeting Sept. 29. Former University System Chancellor Brit Kirwan was named chair last month […]

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Maryland schools testing commission focuses on changing testing structure

By Rachel Bluth For MarylandReporter.com Students in Maryland are one step closer to potentially shorter standardized tests and more projects. The Commission to Review Maryland's Use of Assessments and Testing

Unusual bipartisan unity against Howard County school board incumbents

Gov. Hogan signs bill to investigate Howard County school board release of information. Behind him are legislators of both parties and school board candidates. By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com School board elections in

Senate passes spending mandate to make college more affordable

Sen. Paul Pinsky, left, and Sen. Richard Madaleno, floor leader of the College Affordability Act, Sen. Bill Ferguson put the photo on his Facebook page with the comment: "Want

Montgomery delegate seeks voting in school board elections for immigrants, students

Montgomery County Education Committee chair Bonnie Cullison, right, and delegation counsel Susan Russell By Christine Stoddard For MarylandReporter.com The Montgomery County House Delegation Education committee approved a proposal that could allow legal aliens

Hogan pushes conservative cause

By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com He masks it well, but Gov. Larry Hogan, Jr. plays a good game of partisan politics. Behind that smile and friendly voice is a fierce Republican

Ruscombe Mansion Community Health Center to host holistic open house

Ruscombe Mansion, the oldest holistic community health center of its kind in the mid-Atlantic, hosts its annual Holistic Open House on Sunday, October 11, 1-4pm. The mansion is located

Testing chipping away at teaching, educators say

Standardized testing is chipping away at “so many layers” of a public school classroom these days, a panel of educators said during a town hall meeting -- taking away

Preschool wisdom

It’s June. The school year has finally come to a close, fieldtrips were arranged in a desperate attempt to give children an outlet for that “Summer fever,” and all

Schools are broken

The public school system is broken and unlike what some leaders would like you to think, it is not entirely the fault of teacher unions. Like most anything else

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