The Frederick County school board and teachers association say they’ve tentatively agreed on a contract for the upcoming school year.
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Teachers in Wicomico County will get an extra $80,000 to spend on classroom supplies, including everything from crayons to calculators.
The Frederick County Teachers Association is asking its members to vote on a proposed contract that the union opposes.
Years of working and living in Baltimore will soon come to an end for dozens of city teachers. They’re international educators and their visas are about to run out.
A package of budget measures will be keeping the Maryland House of Delegates busy this week.
There are growing worries that lower salaries may begin to drive teachers out of Frederick County as their pay has been frozen for a fourth straight year.
Broken doors, hot classrooms and cracked floors. It’s what Baltimore teachers and students say they deal with everyday. But the city’s proposed bottle tax increase could change that.
The state school board is beginning its search for a new superintendent, and input will be sought from the public on what they want in a leader.
Montgomery County’s new schools superintendent, Joshua Starr, is inviting parents to get to know him at two upcoming town halls and 10 public meetings.
When an award-winning journalist recently revealed he’s an illegal immigrant, two of the key players in his tale turned out to be educators who helped keep his secret. It’s the kind of story teachers and principals scattered across the country know well.