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Thousands of students have not shown proof of state-required vaccinations.
 
Multiple cases of meningitis reported at U-Md.
(The Washington Post, October 23, 2014; 3:26 PM)
 
Average Prince George’s SAT score declines
(The Washington Post, October 23, 2014; 11:15 AM)
 
Rumors about possible violence at Fright Fest prompt principal to send warning
(The Washington Post, October 22, 2014; 7:58 PM)
 
Montgomery County school board, critics at odds over $140,000 legal bill
(The Washington Post, October 18, 2014; 11:23 PM)
 
Md. public school teacher denies he told students all Muslims are terrorists
(The Washington Post, October 17, 2014; 8:08 PM)
 
Deasy resigns as school superintendent in Los Angeles
(The Washington Post, October 17, 2014; 6:28 PM)
 
Montgomery proposal would change enrollment and classroom capacity guidelines
(The Washington Post, October 17, 2014; 4:44 PM)
 
Group calls for increased investment in after-school programming
(The Washington Post, October 16, 2014; 7:43 PM)
 
Prince George’s residents ask for resources to increase parental engagement in schools
(The Washington Post, October 16, 2014; 1:43 PM)
 
Enrollment in Prince George’s schools increases for a second straight year
(The Washington Post, October 15, 2014; 9:44 PM)
 
Family in Anne Arundel pastry gun case loses school board appeal
(The Washington Post, October 15, 2014; 8:48 PM)
 
Report finds wide disparities in local per-pupil spending; D.C. charters spend most
(The Washington Post, October 15, 2014; 12:01 AM)
 
School bus cameras spot hundreds of drivers illegally passing stopped buses
(The Washington Post, October 14, 2014; 6:21 PM)
 
‘Men Make a Difference’ in Prince George’s County schools
(The Washington Post, October 13, 2014; 3:14 PM)
 
Prince George’s school system schedules 2016 budget forum
(The Washington Post, October 13, 2014; 11:52 AM)
 
Focus on ninth-grade promotion rate helps Maryland district see dramatic gains
(The Washington Post, October 12, 2014; 5:47 PM)
 
The legacy of a school transformed: Name changed to honor educator Jody Leleck
(The Washington Post, October 11, 2014; 6:44 PM)
 
Maryland chooses Howard County educator as Teacher of the Year
(The Washington Post, October 10, 2014; 10:10 PM)
 
Former Howard County school official named Prince George’s interim CFO
(The Washington Post, October 10, 2014; 2:51 PM)
 
Prince George’s board members charge thousands in local restaurant meals
(The Washington Post, October 9, 2014; 10:15 PM)
 
Montgomery school officials asks for delay in using new state tests for graduation
(The Washington Post, October 8, 2014; 8:00 PM)
 
Second alert on whooping cough at Gaithersburg High School
(The Washington Post, October 8, 2014; 1:50 PM)
 
Prince George’s begins program to support new teachers
(The Washington Post, October 8, 2014; 9:18 AM)
 
SAT scores edge up in Montgomery, with gains by Hispanics, African Americans
(The Washington Post, October 7, 2014; 10:24 AM)
 
Long trend of Hispanic enrollment increases in Montgomery
(The Washington Post, October 6, 2014; 4:30 PM)
 
Teachers take on controversial subjects: Ferguson, same-sex marriage, immigration
(The Washington Post, October 4, 2014; 5:39 PM)
 
For another year, Hispanic enrollment grows in Montgomery County schools
(The Washington Post, October 3, 2014; 7:35 PM)
 
Principals named for two new high schools focusing on immigrants in Prince George’s
(The Washington Post, October 2, 2014; 11:17 PM)
 
Whooping cough cases climb in Montgomery
(The Washington Post, October 1, 2014; 5:47 PM)
 
Audit begins of Prince George’s County school system
(The Washington Post, October 1, 2014; 3:53 PM)
 
Report: Large racial, ethnic gap between students, educators in Montgomery schools
(The Washington Post, September 30, 2014; 7:10 PM)
 
Five public and private schools in the Washington area receive top honor
(The Washington Post, September 30, 2014; 5:01 PM)
 
New group in Maryland forms to fight cellphone towers built on school property
(The Washington Post, September 30, 2014; 8:43 AM)
 
Prince George’s schools cut costs by reducing printers, sparking complaints
(The Washington Post, September 29, 2014; 8:29 PM)
 
Montgomery’s school board race comes into focus, with eight candidates
(The Washington Post, September 29, 2014; 1:42 PM)
 
Muslim community raises concerns about equal treatment for school holidays
(The Washington Post, September 26, 2014; 3:42 PM)
 
Prince George’s NAACP opposes schools for English-language learners
(The Washington Post, September 24, 2014; 7:36 PM)
 
Montgomery confirms 29 recent cases of whooping cough, most involving schools
(The Washington Post, September 23, 2014; 8:49 PM)
 
Takoma Park school shares the thrill of teacher who won a million dollars
(The Washington Post, September 22, 2014; 8:04 PM)
 
Prince George’s schools CFO, wife resign after state’s finding of fraud over lost ring
(The Washington Post, September 22, 2014; 6:52 PM)
 
Prince George’s County elementary teacher wins on ‘Wheel of Fortune’
(The Washington Post, September 22, 2014; 2:45 PM)
 
Montgomery schools differ in recent Algebra 1 final exam failures
(The Washington Post, September 21, 2014; 7:52 PM)
 
President of Prince George’s NAACP branch demands Largo principal resign or be fired
(The Washington Post, September 21, 2014; 4:53 PM)
 
New effort to get more students in Maryland eating breakfast
(The Washington Post, September 19, 2014; 9:32 PM)
 
Pr. George’s council member urges firing of Largo High principal over ‘racist behavior’
(The Washington Post, September 18, 2014; 3:49 PM)
 
Prince George's school board talks communication, core values during retreat
(The Washington Post, September 18, 2014; 3:42 PM)
 
Two new whooping cough cases, for total of 20, recorded in Montgomery public schools
(The Washington Post, September 18, 2014; 10:58 AM)
 
Montgomery students are warned about ‘distracted crossing’ with cellphones
(The Washington Post, September 17, 2014; 1:55 PM)
 
History-loving student from Montgomery to interview U.S. archivist for Constitution Day
(The Washington Post, September 17, 2014; 9:04 AM)
 
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