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Board of Education members met Tuesday with the Board of County Commissioners to discuss a number of fallout budget issues caused by the economic recession
Maryland's board of public works will announce budget cuts this week , but what about the money the state owes Montgomery County Public Schools?
An anti-homework movement is spreading across the country just as students prepare to enjoy summer. The argument: Kids just can't take any more pressure.
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A Maryland parents group claims the county acted illegally when hiring Joshua Starr. The Parents' Coalition of Montgomery County recently filed a complaint with the state attorney general.
Several local counties ranked at the top of the class. Montgomery County leads the way with an 86 percent completion rate. Fairfax's 85 percent puts the Virginia county in second place.
The search for the next Frederick County Public Schools superintendent netted about 25 applications, which were whittled down to about 10 that met the minimum qualifications.
Anyone driving through Frederick Community College recently might have noticed a large tree towering above the rest near the conference center on the south side of campus.