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Jennifer Badie

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Jennifer Badie is a sports content editor. She was previously the education and obituaries editor for six years. She joined The Sun in 1998 as a copy editor, working as a slot editor for metro and as the features copy desk chief. She has a bachelor's degree in journalism from the University of Maryland, College Park.

Recent Articles

  • Asian Culture Day at Wilde Lake Middle

    On Tuesday, Wilde Lake Middle School students will host Asian Culture Day, an interactive event that will feature demonstrations and craft making from such countries as China, Korea, Vietnam and Japan. The event is part of the school’s sixth-grade reading and social studies curriculum, said Danielle...

  • Howard County School Board Announces Transfers, Promotions

    Reservoir High School and Marriotts Ridge High School will swap principals for the coming school year, and Hammond High School assistant principal James LeMon will become principal at Wilde Lake High School, the Howard County school board announced on as part of dozens of year-end transfers and...

  • Sun database recognizes area valedictorians, salutatorians

    This graduation season, The Baltimore Sun is recognizing the hard work of the Class of 2011’s valedictorians and salutatorians. We have launched a database on our website that will showcase the accomplishments of these dedicated students. We’re starting to receive submissions for the database,...

  • County Council questions school budget director

    From our colleague Raven L. Hill, who covers Baltimore County government: UPDATED at 7 p.m. Tuesday: Baltimore County Council members had a message Tuesday for the local school system: Cut back on top-level administrative positions. With the county’s proposed budget scheduled for release in a few...

  • More on MLK Jr. Day

    From reporter Raven Hill, who wrote about the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and the challenges educators face teaching about his life and legacy: While interviewing students at Leith Walk Elementary School for an article about Martin Luther King Jr.’s life and legacy, fifth-grader Isaiah Pride mentioned...

  • More about Anne Arundel MSA results

    From Anne Arundel County schools reporter Joe Burris: Hanover’s Chesapeake Science Point Charter School received the highest scores among all Anne Arundel County middle schools for the second consecutive year, school officials said. CSP’s results come as county school officials recently announced...

  • A look at Hairston's 10 years in Baltimore County

    From Baltimore Sun reporter Childs Walker: It's not terribly common for a superintendent to last 10 years in today's education environment, and it's even less common at a large, complex system such as Baltimore County. But Joe Hairston has done exactly that, and today's print edition looks at his...

  • Baltimore County teachers and AIM

    Baltimore County teachers continue to contact The Baltimore Sun, upset about a requirement by the school district that they use a new detailed progress reporting system called AIM (or Articulated Instruction Module). Under AIM, teachers must judge whether each of their students has mastered more...

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