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DC teacher Michelle Lee of Silver Spring among educators receiving full funding for classroom projects.
One Maryland high school football coach says education at the grassroots level through programs such as Heads Up Football is an effective method for cutting down on head injuries.
Anne Arundel and three other counties had full-time athletic trainers in all high schools for the 2013-2014 school year. Meanwhile, Baltimore City Public Schools and the Prince George's Coun
The principal of St. John the Evangelist School in Silver Spring has been named the Archdiocese of Washington’s Distinguished Principal of the Year.
Fifth-grader Shashi Arnold of Silver Spring is a finalist in the annual Doodle 4 Google contest. You have until 8 p.m. Friday to vote for her and her school.
Participants marched to call attention to the increasingly stark performance differences based on income and race.
University of Maryland ice hockey player Michael Mutryn of Potomac was found dead Sunday, possibly from a drug overdose. He was a graduate of Churchill High School.
The Montgomery County Board of Education is seeking applicants to fill a vacancy on its Ethics Panel.
Dr. Beth Schiavino-Narvaez, a deputy superintendent in Montgomery County, is a finalist for the top schools post in Hartford, CT.
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.
School year could extend farther into summer break.
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.