Another school day, another snow day. Kids are happy, parents are frustrated and Maryland school districts are scrambling, trying to figure out how to make up days lost to bad weather.
Some Maryland school systems are seeking state relief from scheduling challenges caused by large numbers of snow days.
Snow. You either love it or hate it. If you are a parent, you are probably frustrated by it.
The delight of having a day to play comes at a price for Maryland students.
Liberty High School has piloted the flipped classroom and OpenCourseWare independent study courses this school year as part of a larger transition to digital learning.
As this storm wreaked havoc on our area, it’s also hitting the number of snow days left for schools around the state.
Public schools are set to begin the Maryland School Assessments in less than five weeks, but lawmakers who consider the test too outdated say there’s still time to cancel it for the year. Next week the House of Delegates will review a proposal to do that.
Growing populations and aging facilities. That’s what Maryland’s three largest counties say they’re dealing with when it comes to public schools. Tuesday, the “big three” joined together in Annapolis to push for funding.
Title lost. The five-year No.1 education ranking for Maryland schools is over. The national magazine that ranks districts is changing the way it selects the best schools.
The Garrett County Commissioners are offering the county school system $2.2 million to avert the threatened closure of three elementary schools.
A doctor in Columbia says there are children who have been labeled as lazy or hyper or learning deficient who are none of those things. Instead, they have a simple problem getting their brain to communicate with their eyes.
In Kelly Thompson’s household, extracurricular activities are history.