Montgomery County schools have issued a new code of conduct that emphasizes disciplinary measures that allow students to learn from mistakes.
The battle over whether certain Baltimore City schools cheated on their standardized tests in 2009 is far from over. School officials will now hire an outside company to investigate the allegations.
The Baltimore school system has hired a data forensics company to review thousands of standardized test results as part of an investigation of alleged cheating.
An employee of the Charles County, Md. public school system has been charged with diverting federal funds intended for low-income students to buy electronics for herself and her family.