Idea comes months after former member used district-issued card to pay utility bills.
The 17-year-old was found dead with a gunshot wound in a parking lot off Suitland Road on Saturday.
Monique Davis talks about her return to the county and the challenges facing the school system.
More students passed AP exams while SAT scores dipped slightly.
Donna Hathaway-Beck resigned three months ago; Baker has not appointed anyone yet to that seat.
Nearly $160,000 raised from advertising has been used to pay for college scholarships, officials said.
Northwestern High School tells seniors they must submit proof or face possible withdrawal, students say.
Some students receive art instruction once every nine weeks.
The 5-2-2 vote came after tense debate over the process and schools chief Kevin Maxwell’s priorities.
Student liked eagles and suggested his new school get the name Eagle View.
With bid for statue of Len Bias, board members will review the policy of attaching names to school buildings.
Elected officials send joint letter for $118.1 million.
County Council approves bill that allows 20 hours of administrative leave to volunteer in county schools.
Their collective expertise of the four could help blunt criticism of McAuliffe’s lack of governing experience.
The new Prince George’s schools official helped narrow the achievement gap in Anne Arundel.
Program directors, teachers and students answer questions about speciality programs and schools.
New graduation rate figures leave Prince George’s to explain decline in students earning diplomas.
Margolies has previously served in the District, and Montgomery and Anne Arundel counties.
Three other people are injured in two-vehicle accident, Prince George’s County police say.
Gives council members an update on the school system and his future plans for the district.
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.