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The school year started off with a tragic shooting, but now officials at Perry Hall High School are hoping to end the year on a note of resilience.
Cecelia Scheeler was just 4 years old when she started exhibiting odd behavior -- throwing a fit when walking by dirty laundry or refusing to sit on certain furniture. She would wash her hands until they bled.
Federal budget cuts to early childhood education that could affect 800 Maryland students are a poor idea, according to Education Secretary Arne Duncan, who met Friday with students and teachers at Rolling Terrace Elementary School.
Students from American University, George Washington University and Catholic University have teamed up to build an eco-friendly, solar-powered house for an injured veteran to call home