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Where to find Student Support Services in Central Maryland

By Jillian Amodio The start of a school year is always a time of transition and students may need additional support services. For many, this period...

Back to School With a New Perspective: Lessons Learned from Pandemic Education

By Laura Boycourt After a dizzying 15-plus academic months of shifting guidance and learning modalities, hopes are high that the 2021-2022 school year will offer...

Anxiety About Return to School – Good Parenting

By Deborah Wood, Ph.D. Dear Dr. Debbie, To say we are anxious about returning to in-person school is an understatement. Our kids did virtual school all...

Dangers of Heat Illness for your Student Athlete

Among US high school athletes, heat illness is the third leading cause of death. Many athletes, coaches, and parents are completely unaware of the...

Losses in Learning are Relative—Good Parenting

Dr. Debbie My children will continue learning from home for at least the rest of this school year. It’s just not worth the risk to...

5 Million Meals for AACPS

AACPS’ School Meals Team Remains Dedicated to Feeding Kids When Maryland State School Superintendent Dr. Karen Salmon and Governor Larry Hogan announced on Thursday, March...

What’s Next for the Blueprint for Maryland’s Future

The Blueprint for Maryland’s Future was passed in March 2020, just before the COVID-19 pandemic hit. This landmark legislation was enacted to establish State...

Choose Words Of Patience And Strength

Dear Dr. Debbie, “It’s too much to deal with” is my four-year-old’s new expression. When the seven-year-old encounters connectivity glitches during online schooling she says,...

The Things I Wished We Talked About More

Now that we have been back at “school” for a few minutes, I have come to the realization that there are approximately zero easy...

So You’re Thinking About Homeschooling

As the COVID-19 pandemic persists local parents consider withdrawing from public school for the upcoming year and homeschooling their kids. When the COVID-19 pandemic first...

9 tips for a positive parent-teacher conference

Parent-teacher conferences are a critical time to learn how your child is faring in school. If you are feeling apprehensive about a regularly scheduled...

Less PARCC testing next year for MD students

Students in Maryland will spend less time taking state assessments in the 2015-16 school year as a result of changes approved by the multi-state...

New assessment shows gaps in kindergarten readiness in MD schools

Nearly half of the kindergartenders entering Maryland schools in the fall of 2014 were fully ready for learning, according to Maryland's new Kindergarten Readiness...

Commission to study over-testing in MD schools

By Rebecca Lessner for MarylandReporter.com Maryland lawmakers decided the first step to solving over-testing in Maryland public schools is to understand the full problem,...

MD senate passes bill to form a commission to study standardized test concerns

By Rebecca Lessner for MarylandReporter.com Maryland legislators hoped to "reclaim the education system" by grappling with several concerns about standardized tests in the state...

MD legislators challenge excessive school testing

By Rebecca Lessner for MarylandReporter.com An unusually bipartisan group of 39 Maryland lawmakers, lead by a freshman delegate who is a veteran high school...

New report shows more Maryland students receiving high school diploma

The number of Maryland students receiving their high school diplomas has jumped again, according to data released today by the Maryland State Department of...

Maryland schools slip to No. 3 in Education Week report card

By Len Lazarick, Marylandreporter.com For the umpteenth time in his two terms as governor, on Wednesday Martin O'Malley again touted that Maryland's public schools...

8 tips for fitting private school in the family budget

By Allison Eatough With annual tuition reaching up to $25,000 or more a year, the cost of private school in Maryland can be intimidating...

Calvert County to hold strategies fair for parents of students with disabilities

For all parents and caregivers of students with disabilities in Calvert County schools, there is a Teaching and Learning Strategies Fair next week. The...

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