The Baltimore County school system has paid a total of more than $150,000 to two employees who have voluntarily left their positions.
The decision to cut nearly 200 teaching positions in Baltimore County schools has left more students packed
into classrooms with 30 or more students.
It’s a free college education for dozens of Baltimore County school workers. For some it’s a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity in a sluggish economy.
The Baltimore County school board has begun the process of choosing its next schools superintendent.
After a delayed start to the school year because of Hurricane Irene, Baltimore County Schools Superintendent Joe Hairston will visit seven elementary schools on Tuesday.
The new school year is just a few days away for many Maryland students, but for some teachers, it’s already begun. In Baltimore County, that means it’s time to rally the teachers.