School leaders in Montgomery County said Wednesday that they are looking into what more could have been done to prevent the alleged sexual abuse of 14 young girls by their music teacher at a Silver Spring elementary school.Read full article >>
Just more than one-quarter of students who took the ACT college entrance exam this year scored high enough in math, reading, English and science to be considered ready for college or a career, data released Wednesday showed.Read full article >>
Prince George’s County has hired a former Anne Arundel County educator who began her career in Prince George’s County as its deputy superintendent.
Monique Whittington Davis, who served for two years as a regional assistant superintendent in Anne Arundel, will be responsible for the divisions of academics, human resources and the county’s associate superintendents in her new position.Read full article >>
President Obama says he is on “a personal mission” to make higher education more affordable. But a key factor in rising college prices in recent years is a trend he has little power to reverse: a sharp decline in state funding for public colleges and universities.Read full article >>
Many college campuses will soon turn into traffic-clogged unloading zones as the latest wave of freshmen move into the dorms for the coming school year. The Class of 2017 was mostly born in 1995 — making them young enough to be the children of Eminem and LL Cool J.Read full article >>
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