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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 disco, along with a silent auction at the school. The […]

Councilwoman Mary Pat Clarke gives candidate Odette Ramos a boost

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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 disco, along with a silent auction at the school. The […]

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Bootleggers, Baptists, and Howard’s school redistricting

By Mark Newgent The Howard County Public School System’s redistricting process has certainly engendered a great deal of angst and turmoil in our community.  The prevailing media narrative surrounding redistricting

Moving students in Howard County for ‘socioeconomic integration’ makes no sense

Students wait to board school buses. (By Len Lazarick) This is one of several articles MarylandReporter.com has published opposing the controversial school redistricting plan by Howard County school Superintendent Michael

Explore the reasons why going to a summer school can be right for you

  It is undeniable that most teens and their parents have faith in study abroad programs because these help kids with finding a job or getting one soon after graduation.

Blending Technology into Education Seamlessly

Present-day technology that seems commonplace to us and our children would once have been thought of as sorcery just half a century ago: here we are in the year

5 Simple Formulas to Save Money For Your Child’s College

Saving for your child's college education isn't as hard as it seems. Read on to discover how to save for a child's college without any stress. College isn't just any

Benefits of Learning Programming Using Paths

Learning paths are structured short courses that are meant to make people acquire skills on various courses. The paths are simplified and designed to make learners understand concepts quickly

Smaller class sizes allow teachers to connect with students and achieve more

By Mark Naydan Larger classroom sizes are not only more difficult for teachers to manage but they also have been proven to make it more difficult for students to learn. Recently,

Charm city is at crossroads but hope is still alive

BALTIMORE – This city has come to a crossroads in its history, and not only because a new mayor has arrived with the old one disgraced and forced from

Robots and their teen builders seek tax break

By Diane Rey For Maryland Reporter Robots and their teenage builders seeking a tax break livened up a hearing before the Senate Budget and Taxation Committee Wednesday. Heather Lin, 15, and her

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