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  • Ulman's school board panel to hold first meeting

    The panel commissioned by County Executive Ken Ulman to review the structure of the Board of Education will have its first meeting Wednesday, Aug. 10, at 7 p.m. in the George Howard Building inEllicott City. The public will have the opportunity "to...
  • Howard commission studying school board structure discusses voter engagement, campaign issues

    Members of a commission charged with recommending ways to create a more diverse school board met for the first time Wednesday, discussing voter engagement, ways to attract candidates and measures that have worked in other counties. County Executive Ken...
  • Baltimore County school superintendent job draws about 40 candidates

    An Air Force squadron commander who grew up in Middle River and graduated from Baltimore County public schools is among those who have applied to be the school system's next superintendent. Timothy T. Tenne, 42, has no experience in education but said he...
  • Grasmick to overhaul teacher training at Towson University

    Grasmick to overhaul teacher training at Towson University
    Several months after Nancy S. Grasmick left her job as state superintendent of schools, Michelle Rhee, the former schools chief in Washington, spoke in Baltimore and let a secret slip. She told the crowd at Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall that Grasmick...
  • Grasmick tapped by Towson University to aid teacher preparation

    Towson University announced this week that former state schools Superintendent Nancy Grasmick will join the school as a Presidential Scholar for Innovation in Teacher and Leader Education, a role that includes collaborating with existing staff to...
  • 3 districts search for new superintendents, but have different processes

    Searching for a new school superintendent in Maryland sometimes takes the skills of a CIA agent, including clandestine meetings and flights to faraway places. Three Maryland school boards are nearing the end of searches for new superintendents, and...
  • Dance's career impresses some, worries others

    Dance's career impresses some, worries others
    When S. Dallas Dance was searching for his first teaching job out of college, he was hired by a Virginia high school principal nearly twice his age. Just a decade later, after a meteoric career rise that impresses some and worries others, Dance has ended...
  • Margaret Ann Wotthlie Curtis, 71

    Margaret Ann Wotthlie Curtis, 71
    Margaret Ann Wotthlie Curtis, career-long Baltimore County educator of special needs children, died Aug. 11 of cancer at Dove House in Westminster. She was 71. Born in Baltimore on Oct. 20, 1939, Mrs. Curtis grew up on Rogers Avenue, and graduated from...
  • Diversity panel schedules meetings through September

    A panel commissioned by County Executive Ken Ulman to review the structure and composition of the Howard County Board of Education held its first meeting last week, and has set a schedule of meetings through the end of next month. Following their initial...
  • School year begins in Anne Arundel

    School year begins in Anne Arundel
    As schools opened Tuesday in Anne Arundel County with a record 76,600 students, Bates Middle School sixth-grader Londell Owens said he's looking forward to learning much in his classes "and having fun doing it." Among those who were in attendance at...
  • Attention Baltimore: There's still one more election

    Attention Baltimore: There's still one more election
    Anyone peeking in the window at Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's campaign headquarters on Howard Street Friday morning could be forgiven for thinking the mayor's race had ended. The view included stacks of taped-up moving boxes, cleared desks and a freshly...
  • Howard panel supports revamping school board

    A commission created to study the Howard County school board's diversity voted Monday to recommend scrapping the current format of seven at-large elected members in favor of five members elected by County Council district plus two appointed members....