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  • PTA Council asks Dance to delay high school schedule change

    PTA Council asks Dance to delay high school schedule change
    Baltimore County's PTA Council voiced opposition this week to the superintendent's decision to change the high school schedules this coming fall, asking that the plan be delayed. Dallas Dance has instituted a uniform schedule saying he wants every...
  • Classroom violence is a problem in the county, too [Letter]

    Your recent expose and editorial on violence in the Baltimore City public schools is proof positive that someone in the school system is hiding the dirt and intimidating teachers and other staff ("Curbing classroom violence," Feb. 17). And that's only...
  • Howard school board creates committee to look at school start times

    Howard school board creates committee to look at school start times
    Changing school start times in Howard County could take a long time, but the school system wants to "do it right," Superintendent Renee Foose said. "We want to take our time and look at every nuance," Foose said at the Board of Education meeting...
  • Protect teens from coerced sex [Letter]

    The age of consent for sexual activity in Maryland is 16 years old. This means that once a teenager turns 16, he or she is free to make his or her own choices about sexual partners without risk of repercussions for the partner. Those of us who are parents...
  • Fun events enliven winter at North County schools

    Fun events enliven winter at North County schools
    This seems to be the winter without end, when the only colors outside are gray, white and brown. It's been filled with single-digit temperatures, snow that doesn't melt and wind that blows right through your clothes. Realizing that their students...
  • Board says 50 applicants are seeking superintendent post

    The Anne Arundel County Board of Education said last week that at least 50 people have applied for the position of superintendent. The school system closed its application deadline Monday for the vacant superintendent position and now begins the...
  • Bel Air moves forward with next phase of regional water authority

    The Town of Bel Air is moving forward with the second phase of establishing a regional water authority in Harford County. Commissioners voted Tuesday night to take part in the study, becoming the last municipality in the area to sign onto the next...
  • More than 309,000 identities exposed in University of Maryland cyberattack

    More than 309,000 identities exposed in University of Maryland cyberattack
    The personal information of more than 309,000 students, staff and alumni of the University of Maryland was compromised in a "sophisticated" cyberattack, University President Wallace Loh announced Wednesday. The breached database held names, Social...
  • Bill sets standards for student privacy [Commentary]

    Bill sets standards for student privacy [Commentary]
    Many public schools in Maryland engage private cloud-computing services to provide software and digital educational platforms to help students learn. Schools have entrusted these companies with vast amounts of sensitive student data contained in emails,...
  • Support the arts in city schools [Letter]

    Support the arts in city schools [Letter]
    As Baltimore City public schools move into a new chapter with new leadership and embark on a major building campaign, the arts offer a unique opportunity to transform our schools. We thank the city commissioners for choosing a new CEO with a track...
  • School snow hazard [Letter]

    School snow hazard [Letter]
    Doesn't Baltimore care about the safety of its schoolchildren? The sidewalks around Baltimore Polytechnic Institute have still not been cleared of snow along Cold Spring Lane ("Storm dumps biggest snowfall since 2010 on a day possibly among area's top...
  • A haircut for a good cause at Stevens Forest

    A haircut for a good cause at Stevens Forest
    Stevens Forest Elementary School Principal Ron Morris is a self-described die-hard Dallas Cowboys fan. Even living in the heart of Baltimore Ravens and Washington Redskins territory, he mentions it, a lot — to parents, students, and colleagues. So...