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Why Should Teachers Start Building a Leadership Mindset?

Going back to ancient history, the man started as an individual entity for survival. Despite thriving, they understood that without a sense of community and living together, it would not be long before they go extinct. So, many people of […]

Why Should Teachers Start Building a Leadership Mindset?

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Going back to ancient history, the man started as an individual entity for survival. Despite thriving, they understood that without a sense of community and living together, it would not be long before they go extinct. So, many people of […]

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Learn How a Master’s of Project Management Online will Help Your Career

At any level, committing to further studies is a big decision and if you have been away from education for a while, improving your prospects costs time and money.

How to Choose a Degree Course that is Right for You

Choosing the right degree course has been considered as the most crucial journey of an individual's life. As we know that at this point, decision making becomes very difficult

Hearing on school-construction funding highlights desperate state of some schools

@Bryan Renbaum bryan@marylandreporter.com County and city leaders highlighted the desperate state of some of the schools in their communities to a panel of Maryland lawmakers on Thursday. Their testimony was in support

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How to Get the Best Training for a Teaching Profession?

 The profession of teaching has been considered pious and social as it helps in developing professionals of tomorrow in different fields. But is it so much easy to become

Kent Bonacki Discusses Afterschool Programs: Why They’re Important and How to Fund Them

As a researcher and grant writer for the Park City School District, Kent Bonacki works tirelessly to demonstrate to other organizations the great need for more after school programs.

Dr. Charlene Dukes: a maverick, advocate, and leader to retire

“We are a people that made a way out of no way,” said Dr. Charlene Dukes, the President of Prince George’s Community College. As the first African American woman President

Should I Take Creative Writing Class?

Some writers often think that they are so good that they don’t really need creative writing classes, while at the same time, others think of themselves as not having

Maryland still has not settled the public school segregation argument

BALTIMORE – In the spring of 1954, when the U.S. Supreme Court decreed America’s public schools racially integrated, this city’s leaders quickly complied. The surrounding counties did not, and

Councilwoman Mary Pat Clarke gives candidate Odette Ramos a boost

Photo - Odette Ramos (L) with Councilwoman Mary Pat Clarke Friends of Hampden Elementary/Middle School #55 held a fundraiser Friday and also served a delicious spaghetti dinner, put on a

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