Maryland State Superintendent Lillian Lowery agreed Thursday to waive two instructional days that were lost in Prince George’s County to inclement weather this winter.
With the two-day waiver granted, the last day of school for students in Prince George’s will be June 13, school officials said Thursday.Read full article >>
The day after Vincent C. Gray defeated Mayor Adrian M. Fenty in 2010, then-Chancellor Michelle A. Rhee said that the election results would be “devastating for the schoolchildren of Washington, D.C.” Not long afterward, Rhee quit.Read full article >>
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Of all college statistics, the admission rate might be the most misleading. Which is saying something because there are other strong candidates for that title. Graduation rates, for instance.
The admission rate looks straightforward enough: Admission offers divided by applications. But what is an offer, and what is an application?Read full article >>
Montgomery County’s plans for a dialogue on civility in the Twitterverse are expected to get underway Thursday evening, as the school system’s newly formed Cybercivility Task Force gathers for the first time.Read full article >>