Montgomery County Executive Isiah “Ike” Leggett said his 12th and final budget will fully fund the county’s schools, spend slightly more and hold steady on property taxes.
A special education advocate is expressing disappointment with Maryland education official Judy Docca after Docca took months to apologize for publicly using the word “retarded.”
The move by Maryland educators comes after President Trump’s decision to rescind rules providing bathroom access based on gender identity.
Here are unofficial Maryland election results for Nov. 8, 2016 including the U.S. Senate race, U.S. House races, local ballot referendums and a county-by-county breakdown of the presidential election.
A defiant Gov. Larry Hogan referred to critics of his school start date order as “whiny” and said opposition to beginning the school year after Labor Day as nonsense during an event with the Greater Bethesda Chamber of Commerce on Friday in Montgomery County, where the state’s largest school system had planned to seek a waiver from the mandate.
Montgomery County’s Board of Education has voted to start classes Aug. 28, despite Gov. Larry Hogan’s executive order mandating classes start after Labor Day.
Montgomery County schools officials have started work early on next year’s calendar and are considering two options that would require an exemption from a new executive order requiring school systems to start and end classes between the day after Labor Day and June 15.
A school system’s decision to allow six students to graduate — despite reports they had allegedly went to their prom drunk — has generated a review of policies around student conduct.
“Montgomery County has a long, long history of high achievement for many students — not all students,” said Jack Smith, the new superintendent of Montgomery County Public Schools.
WASHINGTON — The Montgomery County Board of Education voted Tuesday to support a plan that would end final exams in middle school. Board members in the Maryland suburban county outside D.C. made their decision after…
WASHINGTON — The Montgomery County Board of Education has wrapped up its work on the budget for the next fiscal year, and spokesman Dana Tofig says the $2.3 billion budget includes some pain — including…
Facing intense criticism, the Montgomery County Board of Education voted unanimously Monday to overhaul its spending and reimbursement policy.
In a huge shift, school board member and County Council candidate Christopher S. Barclay could lose the endorsement of the county teachers union.
While Maryland state lawmakers consider
legislation on everything from banning assault-
style weapons to procedures involving gun shop
inspections, communities are examining school
Voters agreed to establish a hiring authority for
disabled individuals and voted for alcohol sales
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