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Teaching and Learning (INACTIVE)

Teaching and Learning (INACTIVE)
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  • Study says Anne Arundel graduating classes contribute $1.8 billion to economy

    Study says Anne Arundel graduating classes contribute $1.8 billion to economy
    Every year Anne Arundel County high school seniors leave the graduation stage with diplomas — and considerable moneymaking potential — in hand.
  • 'Feed these kids,' governor tells Harford school officials

    'Feed these kids,' governor tells Harford school officials
    Gov. Martin O'Malley says Harford County Public Schools need to feed breakfast to more of their low income students. O'Malley wanted to deliver that message in person to school officials when they attended the annual Board of Public Works annual...

    Snow days sharpen debate over MSA testing [Letter]

    Snow days sharpen debate over MSA testing [Letter]
    This winter's closings and delays in Maryland's schools should give state Department of Education officials time to reflect on the value of statewide testing this year. Last week students in many schools had their first full, five-day week of...

    Carroll schools dealing with 'intermittent issues' after cyberattack

    Carroll schools dealing with 'intermittent issues' after cyberattack
    A cyberattack that forced Carroll County Public Schools to shut down its network Feb. 25 has continued to cause "intermittent issues" with Internet speeds, but it has not disrupted instruction, school officials said Thursday. Shortly after 9 a.m. Feb....

    Maryland education needs fundamental reform [Commentary]

    Maryland education needs fundamental reform [Commentary]
    "Maryland, No. 1 in education!" We've heard that boast ad nauseam over the last five years, every time Education Week releases its Quality Counts rankings. We hear it especially from the state's political establishment, as it takes every chance it can...