From Montgomery County Schools Superintendent Joshua Starr -- a tweet that education policymakers who like to tell educators what to do should consider:
Labor Secretary Tom Perez: “what do you think” is one of most important sentences for any workplace.
— Joshua Starr (@mcpssuper) December 5, 2013Read full article >>
Many high school students struggle to understand the relationship of unemployment and inflation through the Phillips curve — even those who are taking the college-level Advanced Placement course in macroeconomics.Read full article >>
More students in Prince George’s County passed Advanced Placement exams this year while SAT scores dropped slightly as the number of students taking the college admission test increased, according to data recently released by school officials.Read full article >>
Humble. Compassionate. Experienced. These are some of the attributes that Alexandria students, parents, and teachers said they are looking for in a new superintendent during a community forum Thursday night at T.C. Williams High School.Read full article >>
Montgomery County’s proposal to change the hours of high school days is attracting a daily stream of e-mailed opinions, with a large number favoring the changes intended to give teenagers more time to sleep.Read full article >>