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Howard County Public School System superintendent put the challenge out to all principals this week.
Prince George's County Schools will hold orientation for pre-K and kindergarten students, and a transition day to help middle schoolers.
A new study by WalletHub ranks Maryland lower than studies in the past.
The two groups agreed after extensive negotiations for the 2014–2015 school year.
The student artwork will be on display for two months at the Comptroller’s Office in Annapolis.
Dr. Shawn Joseph has been named deputy superintendent for teaching and learning for the Prince George's County Public Schools.
A $1 million donation from the owner of National Harbor to the county's schools will be used to develop teachers. The school board chairman says the district can't be a training ground for t
A $1 million donation from the owner of National Harbor to Prince George's County Public Schools will be used to attract, train and develop teachers to work in the county’s schools.
Qualifying high school students can earn college credit for classes with tuition paid by the school district. Parent information meetings will be held next week.
The stock ticker will be part of the Academy of Finance.
Prince George's County youths between the ages of 15 and 19 may register online for free job readiness training and job opportunities.
Will classes be called off again because of snowy weather?
Prince George's County Public Schools officials have made a decision about Monday classes.
Anne Arundel County has trainers at all high schools, which is not the case around the state.
Will Prince George's County Schools be in session on Thursday, Feb. 13?
School graduation rates have increased over the past for years in Prince George's County, on average. Bowie High School had one of the biggest gains.
Several spoke about 'untested standards' and teachers being 'deathly afraid' to oppose the program, while Maryland Board of Education defended it.
The school system made the announcement Wednesday morning.
Apple, Microsoft and phone companies are offering hundreds of millions of dollars in free computers and internet service to U.S. schools, President Obama announced Tuesday in Maryland.
Advisory begins Tuesday at 7 p.m.