The Lucy School in Middletown is one of four Maryland schools nominated for the first federal Green Ribbon Award, honoring environmental practices, which will be awarded Monday.
MIDDLETOWN – Before Eva Sanderson first started teaching preschoolers at the Lucy School 10 years ago, she couldn’t help but wonder if the tiny private school’s focus on eco-friendliness and sustainability was just a gimmick
Family members or parents supply alcohol to 26 percent of teen drinkers, according to new data announced by Mothers Against Drunk Driving. The group presented the data to promote the second annual PowerTalk 21 day, which advocates conversations between parents and teens about the dangers of underage drinking. Carrie Hoover, of Derwood, who attended the news conference, told the story of her son, who was killed in a drunken-driving accident in Olney.
WASHINGTON – Carolyn “Carrie” Hoover of Derwood has a message for parents of teenagers: Don’t give up talking to them about underage drinking
Problems with teacher evaluation systems and data management have only slightly strained Maryland’s progress toward implementing Race to the Top reforms, according to a report released by the Center for American Progress.
WASHINGTON – Problems with teacher evaluation systems and data management have only slightly strained Maryland’s progress toward implementing Race to the Top reforms, according to a report released by the Center for American Progress
One morning last week, Jorge Steven Acuna, a 19-year-old aspiring surgeon, was preparing for another day of school at Montgomery College in Germantown.
Graduation rates are used to evaluate the academic merits of colleges and universities, but some education leaders and analysts say more accurate indicators are needed to gauge the success of schools.
The 2012 Maryland teachers of the year met with federal education officials today to discuss the ‘Respect Project,’ the U.S. Department of Education’s initiative to transform the teaching profession.