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Montgomery County school buses are now equipped with external cameras, keeping an eye on surrounding drivers when the stop sign is out and the red lights are on.
The Montgomery County Council and community gardening groups have been trying to place vegetable gardens at Montgomery County schools, using the food grown in the gardens for student lunches.
A recent nation-wide U.S. Department of Education initiative to pay some teachers based on merit has spurred a local debate on implementing the system for area public schools.
It's early in the budget process, but Montgomery County already sees a $143 million budget gap. And the county's Director of Budget and Management Joseph Beach tells WTOP layoffs are likely.
After more than a decade as Montgomery County School Superintendent, Dr. Jerry Weast will be leaving his position at the end of the school year. The resignation has prompted the Montgomery County School Board to begin the search for a new school chief.
A different kind of camera is being installed on some school buses in the area.
Montgomery County Public Schools is holding a back-to-school fair Saturday to help students and parents get ready to return to the classroom.
Across the country, school superintendents face an incredibly demanding job. In many jurisdictions, heads of school systems last no more than two years. The pressure associated with the position is no different in Montgomery County, where expectations are always high.