Thousands of Montgomery County high school students cast ballots for school board candidates this week, electing a teenager from Clarksburg High School as next year’s student board member.
Dahlia Huh, a junior who lives in Germantown, pulled in 69 percent of the vote, overwhelming opponent Calvin Yeh, a junior at Poolesville High School, who had 31 percent. In all, 77 percent of secondary students cast ballots.Read full article >>
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The Common Core State Standards for students in kindergarten through Grade 3 have come under severe criticism by early childhood education experts who say that they are not developmentally appropriate. Even some supporters of the Core initiative, including American Federation of Teachers President Randi Weingarten, have called for a revamping of these early education standards. Weingarten made her call in conjunction with early childhood expert Nancy Carlsson-Paige of Lesley University in Cambridge, a senior advisor to Defending the Early Years, a non-profit project of the Survival Education Fund, Inc. — a 501(c) 3 educational organization — that is dedicated to rally educators to take action on policies that affect the education of young children.Read full article >>