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Textbook authors are changing how they disseminate information. More information is being put into e-text readers.
Roughly 144,000 students are headed back to classes in Montgomery County, Maryland's largest school system.
Montgomery County is experimenting with a new program where truant students will work with volunteer judges in order to change their behavior to keep them out of trouble.
Tags: student truancy , Montgomery County , Montgomery County Judges , Valerie Ervin , Maryland State's Attorney Office , University of Baltimore's School of Law , Kate Ryan , federal grant , Education
Eight students at Montgomery County's Churchill High School were recently found to be involved in a scheme to steal teachers' computer identifications in order to change grades.