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  • Baltimore County educator named National Teacher of the Year

    Baltimore County educator named National Teacher of the Year
    Awake in the middle of the night, Sean McComb couldn't wait to write one of the most important thank-you notes of his career: "Today is a really cool day," it began. "It's cool because you all became the National Students of the Year!" The letter was...
  • Patricia R. Amass, educator

    Patricia R. Amass, educator
    Patricia R. Amass, a retired Carroll County educator and volunteer who focused her efforts on those living in Third World countries, died Monday of abdominal cancer at Carroll Hospice's Dove House in Westminster. She was 78. "Pat defined the statement of...
  • Bel Air Elementary may finally have solution to student drop-off, pick-up

    Bel Air Elementary may finally have solution to student drop-off, pick-up
    It took many in the Bel Air Elementary School community nearly a year to overcome problems created primarily by last year's school budget process. One of the measures taken to balance the budget for this school year was to eliminate shorter bus routes,...
  • Baltimore Teachers Union hosts first 'Prom Giveaway'

    Baltimore Teachers Union hosts first 'Prom Giveaway'
    Daja Dorsey had a list of things she was looking for in the perfect prom dress. And as the senior at Baltimore's Coppin Academy High School perused racks of dresses Saturday, looking for something short and sparkly, she was relieved to have at least one...
  • Foose says Howard County union events could put teachers in bad light

    Foose says Howard County union events could put teachers in bad light
    As contract negotiations between county schools and the teachers union continue to focus on salary adjustments, union officials have encouraged teachers to take part in two school-day activities they believe will drum up community support for the union....
  • City schools budget has board seeing red

    City schools budget has board seeing red
    A slowdown in revenue has Baltimore school officials scrambling for budget adjustments that won't require the system to raid its rainy-day fund or cut central office positions and school programs. Officials face a $31 million deficit in next year's...
  • Archbishop Curley teacher charged with sexual abuse

    Archbishop Curley teacher charged with sexual abuse
    A science teacher at Archbishop Curley High School accused of engaging in sexual activity with a student was charged Friday with sexual abuse of a minor. Lynette Nicole Trotta, 33, is being held in jail on a $100,000 bail; her initial bail had been...
  • Harford's Craig proposes $735 million budget, sharp cut in capital spending

    Harford's Craig proposes $735 million budget, sharp cut in capital spending
    Harford County Executive David Craig says he is expecting a difficult budget year ahead, and for the coming years, with only a small increase in revenue anticipated and the potential for the loss of hundreds of jobs at Aberdeen Proving Ground, the county'...
  • Teacher's salaries in Harford lag behind Allegany

    Teachers in Harford County Public Schools make less than teachers in one of Maryland's poorest counties, Allegany County, Ryan Burbey, president of the Harford County Education Association, told members of the Harford County Board of Education at their...
  • Harford teacher of year stresses kindness, hard work among his students

    Harford teacher of year stresses kindness, hard work among his students
    Lawrence Jehnert considers being named Harford County Public Schools Teacher of the Year to be a symbol of his experience in the school system coming "full circle" from when he was a student in the county schools and struggling to meet the potential his...
  • Arundel schools receive three-day inclement weather waiver from state

    Arundel schools receive three-day inclement weather waiver from state
    County schools will be open the day after Easter and tack on another day to the school year to make up two days missed this year because of inclement weather. Officials received a waiver from the state Department of Education last week for three other...
  • It's about fairness, not greed [Commentary]

    It's about fairness, not greed [Commentary]
    There are lots of words I could use to describe my colleagues, but greedy isn't one of them. In a recent Baltimore Sun article ("Foose says Howard County union events could put teachers in bad light," April 10), School Superintendent Renee Foose was...