About 150 foreign teachers received notice that their visas would not be renewed upon expiration.
Decision comes after public outcry from parents about move to Forrestville.
The president visits Bladensburg to award $107 million to prepare students for careers.
Sixty-four division employees are told to reapply for positions in the first major shake-up by new schools CEO.
The last day of school for students will be June 13.
Owings Mills campus was locked down for hours Monday after reports of a person with a gun.
School system canceled classes eight times because of snowy weather.
Parents are concerned that Imagine Leeland Public Charter School might relocate to Forrestville.
Prince George’s school will use proceeds to help an adopted school in Kenya.
A bigger focus on Latino students and an effort to eliminate duplicated services are among the needs.
School board wants to create two high schools for English language learners.
Ariel Acosta arrested man suspected of attempting to kidnap a child walking to school.
Following student pleas, members make a slight change to the superintendent’s plan.
Board chairman said $1 million donation is a “short-term solution.”
The case, in which something was ignited Saturday, remains under investigation.
School system to provide parents with information on students taking college courses in high school
Funds from the Fairfax-based Peterson Family Foundation will help Prince George’s County schools.
A Prince George’s woman is a bit spooked to receive greetings from Miami — year 1946.
Report of shots at Arundel Mills brings heavy police presence; officers cite fireworks
Authorities say a suspect shot into the air near the school in Oxon Hill; lockdown was a precaution.
Ovetta Wiggins writes about k-12 education. She came to The Washington Post in 2003 and has covered numerous stories about Prince George's County during that time, including the rise and fall of former County Executive Jack B. Johnson, the county's foreclosure crisis, and the attempt by County Executive Rushern L. Baker III to take over the school system.
Ovetta grew up in New Jersey (which may explain her affinity for shopping malls and her distaste for stopping at a gas station and having to pump her own gas). She graduated from Rutgers University and previously worked at the Philadelphia Inquirer and The Bergen Record.