2 Council Members Work To Repeal English-Only OrdinanceTwo members of the Frederick County Council have been working to repeal an ordinance passed in 2012 that required that all of the county's official business be conducted in English.
Md. Making Plans For Language Barriers In HealthMaryland officials are planning a variety of ways to reach people who do not speak English well to help them obtain insurance under the federal health care law.
Carroll County Adopts Official English OrdinanceEnglish is becoming the official language of Carroll County.
Latinos Spur English Debate In Carroll CountyCarroll County residents are beginning to discuss and debate a proposal to make English the county's official language.
Carroll Co. To Weigh English As Official Language A Carroll County commissioner is planning to introduce legislation that would make English the official language of the county.
Hood College Student Breaks Language BarriersAlex Sardi started her volunteer work at Frederick nonprofit Centro Hispano by folding clothes and answering phones. Sardi, a 19-year-old sophomore majoring in Spanish and art history at Hood College, has moved on to teaching English and, over the past few months, grant writing.
Maryland's Teacher Of The Year Meets President ObamaMaryland's top teacher takes a trip to the nation's capital.
Frederick Co. Makes English Official LanguageA new law is on the books declaring English the official language of Frederick County.
Anne Arundel Co. Official To Push Official-English BillAn Anne Arundel County councilman is planning to introduce a bill that would make English the official language of the county.
Frederick Co. Advances Official English ProposalThe Frederick County Commissioners are reviving an attempt to make English the county's official language.
Frederick CC Professor Helps Students Catch UpJoe Healey didn't think he wanted to be a teacher when he graduated from college, but he credits some of his undergraduate experiences with motivating him to enter the profession.
Officials: Md. Teen Is 1 Class Shy Of GraduatingA judge has denied a request to let an Oxon Hill senior walk with her class Thursday in a graduation ceremony because she is an English class shy of completing the requirements for Prince George's County high schools.

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