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97% of high school seniors finish service requirement New state report reveals striking reversal in a year
Pot, tobacco use up among 12th-graders Alcohol consumption remains high, state survey finds; 'It's discouraging'; Outlook is better for younger students, state survey finds
MSPAP alters test as health precaution Science experiment deleted over concern about latex allergy
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Officials sign plan for education reform
Involving parents in schools with help of World Wide Web Computer initiative to be announced today
Parents join forces against MSPAP test State denies public access to evaluations; Boycott, protests urged; Officials may let parent see scores of their children
EDUCATION SECRETARY PRAISES STATE'S 'CUTTING EDGE' EFFORTS
Teachers protest stalled talks 600 educators attend meeting of school board
Baltimore education bill bested regional divide Electioneering: Politicians from Prince George's and Montgomery counties played to the voters back home'
New start for city schools Bill signed: More aid, management reforms will make a difference for Baltimore children.
Getting pumped-up for MSPAP Tests: With funding and prestige on the line, Maryland public schools are preparing students and parents for the Maryland School Performance Assessment Program tests this month.
Keeping public money public Alliance: People for the American Way and the NAACP have joined forces to fight use of taxpayer funds for private school voucher plans.
House passes measure on city schools Bill would send $254 million in aid, limit mayor's role; Final vote due tomorrow; Taylor calls feuding over issue the most divisive in chamber; 1997 ASSEMBLY SESSION
Teacher contract talks at impasse State ruling sends matter to arbitration
Pointers Run school celebrates excellence award
Teachers union wants state to declare talks impasse
Help wanted: One tough school chief
Having second thoughts on second-class schools
Service learning's unintended lesson Under the gun: Schools that didn't take state requirement seriously must fix approach.
State gave city a break Performance: All the flap from city officials can't cover up the fact that scores of city school students on statewide tests continue to decline.
Legislator links city aid for schools to reforms Montgomery delegate says changes to bill are needed
Hearing on city school aid set today Other jurisdictions also want more funds
Counties debate school borders Some favor opening schools to all comers
Money plan for schools provokes a shrug bTC
Crowded middle school bids 677 students farewell They leave Sykesville for Oklahoma Road
Baltimore school test scores cut after state probe At least 22 teachers punished; actions tied to alleged cheating
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After school learning is goal National Geographic, Sylvan join in program for latch-key kids; School rooms would be used; Scope is nationwide; pilots to start in Baltimore next year
School success story Achievement: Pupils from a working- and middle-class Baltimore County neighborhood use lessons from real life to excel on state tests.
Most schools improving, state's report card shows Baltimore Co.'s gain is slight, while city remains at bottom
Balto. Co. MSPAP scores rise slightly Area ranks 13th in state, officials blame results on large size of school system
MSPAP scores edge down in city Upward trend since '93 reversed
Taylor is running but for what? Campaign: The House speaker has made several moves that give the appearance that he's planning a run for governor.
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6 schools get $164,196 in state grants 422 statewide rewarded for MSPAP gains; Ceremony was a surprise; 4 other schools in county among 320 getting certificates
Schools get cash awards from Md. 102 institutions are rewarded for top performance
Pointers Run gets award for excellence
Superintendent sitting pretty Amprey: With an agreement on city schools at hand, the embattled chief has all the qualifications to be in high demand by other urban systems.
Maryland launches 'character education' School program aims to instill positive values
Sandymount Elementary named Blue Ribbon School of Excellence It will compete for national honor
Arundel school chief rising to head of class Parham has reputation for shrewdness, toughness
Parham rising to head of class Superintendent in Arundel known for shrewdness, toughness
Doing business with schools Partnerships: A Roundtable forum recognizes the link between education and a strong work force.
PR blitz, college-sharing on tap Changes: Watch for a state public relations campaign to promote a new battery of high school tests, and for an increase in cooperative efforts by area colleges to share and save on costs without giving up their identities.
Campaign seeks state funds for private schools Catholic parents are taking part in letter-writing effort
City parents testify they want bigger role running local schools They offer lawmakers at Annapolis hearing an alternative overhaul plan
Amprey on the record Schools: The city superintendent discusses a range of topics, weeks from the scheduled start of Baltimore's court fight for more education funds from the state.
Mechanicsville students champions of breakfast State honors school for nutrition quest