More families are moving to the D.C. Metro area, and as a result, green spaces at local schools are increasingly being replaced with portable classroom trailers due to overcrowding.
Citizens, homeowners and parents from Montgomery, Prince George\’s, Anne Arundel and Baltimore counties have formed a group called the Maryland Coalition Against Cell Towers on Schools. They want all cellphone tower construction on school grounds in the state to stop immediately.
The clock is being reset for some students who haven\’t received the immunizations required for school.
Tens of thousands of unaccompanied minors have crossed the southern U.S. border; many have ended up in Virginia.
After recommending Montgomery County Public Schools consider changing school bell times, the superintendent now says implementation isn\’t feasible.
Snow days have piled up across the region, but parents in the inner suburbs are questioning why their students can\’t go to class when the conditions in their neighborhoods are normal.
A Prince George\’s County high school recently handed their seniors a letter demanding proof that they lived in the county.
Area school systems are responding to a growing number of adults with smart phones.
With a $140 million budget deficit, Fairfax County Public School leaders are hoping they\’ll be able to shake the money tree.
Montgomery County Public Schools will hold four public meetings over the school year to garner parent feedback on a proposed plan to change the starting and ending times for county schools.
More than 175,000 students returned to school on Monday in Maryland\’s Prince George\’s and Frederick counties and in Fauquier County, Va., one of the few school Virginia school systems to open before Labor Day.
Montgomery County public schools have been getting slammed over how many high school students have failed their math finals. Turns out, it\’s not only math.
More than 150 people have applied to serve on the Prince George\’s County school board, as part of the reform process approved by legislation in Annapolis that takes effect next month.
Some students in Fairfax County will have to plan on going to a different school, starting in 2014.
After the school shooting that killed 26 people
last month in Newtown, Conn., school systems
nationwide are reevaluating their safety plans.
One local leader is changing his mind on the
presence of officers in schools.