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College Park aims to appeal to U-Md. staff with families. (Post)
U-Md. campus, community wants to be among the nation’s top 20 campuses by 2020.
The Answer Sheet
He’s been talking to and about a number of people but this was his first choice.
Monique Davis talks about her return to the county and the challenges facing the school system.
Study “The Almanac of American Politics” to find peace of mind in stressful college hunt.
He actually drew parallels between South African apartheid and D.C. political restrictions.
The Ed Department’s agenda has faltered on expanding access that poor and language-minority kids have to great teachers.
Lessons learned from the botched rollout of iPads in Los Angeles schools.
It’s called “His Day Is Done.“
Henderson and de Blasio hold very different views on school reform.
A linguist explains we need to change the way we view the words ‘school’ and ‘schooling.’
What we can’t learn from other countries.
Donna St. George
The popular game at Blair, which some liken to tag, draws scrutiny in a time of new security awareness.
The former homeland secretary expressed doubt that the initiative can compare schools meaningfully.
T. Rees Shapiro
The board voted 9 to 3 to acquire the commercial office building and convert it into a school.
Napolitano, Obama’s former Homeland Security secretary, said she hasn’t spoken to the Education Department about it yet but hopes to engage in a discussion.
Michael Alison Chandler
Advocates say the state program should be reformed so that more localities participate.
Share of AP exams with college -ready scores down most among black and Latino students in Montgomery
Events are planned across the country to protest corporate-influenced school reform and present alternatives.
Nick Anderson and Jenna Johnson
Timothy D. Sands, an engineering professor, will become Virginia Tech’s president in June.
How to make real progress in student achievement.
Reform has been top-down. Just ask a teacher.
Davidson College and edX Web site plan lessons in Advanced Placement physics, calculus, macroeconomics.
More students passed AP exams while SAT scores dipped slightly.
They tell school officials that they’re looking for someone focused and experienced.
After two months, comments largely support changes to Montgomery’s high school start times.
Teaching is both craft and profession -- and more.
The Education Department’s Federal Register notice is revealing.
New analysis shows that average debt was $29,400 for class of 2012, up from $23,450 four years earlier.
Benchmarks scores will be set, and for each part of the test that the students hit the benchmark, $50 will be paid.
Donna Hathaway-Beck resigned three months ago; Baker has not appointed anyone yet to that seat.
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