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Who did Joshua Starr tag after completing the ice bucket challenge?
What did Poolesville High School senior Mahya Bigdeli win in the Go for Broke High School and College Student Essay Contest?
A new study by WalletHub ranks Maryland lower than studies in the past.
You already know school starts Aug. 25. So, when is the last day (and all the breaks in between)?
A board voted unanimously Monday evening for the upcoming changes to cover Board members’ work-related expenses.
The Montgomery County Board of Education is seeking applicants to fill a vacancy on its Ethics Panel.
The Montgomery County Board of Education on Wednesday approved changes to the current school calendar to offset snow days.
Andrea Weckerle, author of "Civility in the Digital Age" and president of CiviliNation, will speak this month in Montgomery County.
Montgomery County teachers will receive a 5.5 percent pay raise over the next three years, and pay more for their health insurance.
The brutal winter has caused students to miss nine days of school so far this year, which could push the end of classes back a week.
Three Montgomery County Public Schools teachers have been named finalists for the 2014-2015 Teacher of the Year award.
Students from two Montgomery County high schools spent time at the White House Thursday with First Lady Michelle Obama, Aretha Franklin and other artists.
Will classes be called off again because of snowy weather?
Montgomery County Public Schools have reached a decision on holding classes Monday.
The program is not in Montgomery County school system's budget.
Author of "Making Hope Happen" will join Montgomery Schools Superintendent Joshua Starr for the year's first book club.
Parents will be notified in early March if their child should be tested for tuberculosis after one case was reported in a high school.
Several spoke about 'untested standards' and teachers being 'deathly afraid' to oppose the program, while Maryland Board of Education defended it.
The majority of Montgomery County high school math students failed their final exams last year. Teachers blame grading policies and poor study habits for the problem.
A dance and pizza party open solely to straight-A students at Eastern Middle School in Silver Spring has raised questions among some parents and kids.