County leaders in Montgomery answer a lengthy series of questions that surfaced after “free range” case.
Children are to play at a Silver Spring park, then walk home unsupervised, to support the parenting philosophy.
Robert Otis Wilson worked as a paraeducator at Loiederman Middle School in Silver Spring.
A letter to human-service officials and county police asks about procedures regarding unattended children.
Joseph Gannon Jr., a social studies teacher, started the school’s AP World History program.
Long before a Maryland couple’s clash, other parents were asking: When are kids really at risk?
Some are calling for new laws to prevent officials from overreacting to reports of unaccompanied children.
He said he didn’t want to scare Rafi Meitiv,10, and his sister, Dvora, 6, who asked to pet his dog.
Lawyers for the Meitivs allege that county officials kept the parents from their children for six hours.
County officials question hours-long delay in notifying parents kids were in custody