A Montgomery County school has been forced to scrap a policy that prohibited teachers from giving students zeroes even if they didn’t do any work.
Thousands of kids take the bus to school every single day, but some parents in Anne Arundel County said their busses are so full, it’s putting children in danger.
A Montgomery County high school has created its own grading policy, telling teachers they can no longer give students a grade of “zero” even if the student doesn’t do any work.
Summer is coming to an end, kids are heading back to school, and unfortunately, that means traffic will be returning to the D.C. area too.
School starts in less than two weeks in Maryland and some parents are already up in arms about Frederick County Public Schools’ plan to have children in different grades in the same class. In some cases, this could mean students in classes with children older than them.
Montgomery County officials continue to educate drivers about the importance of the laws pertaining to stopped school buses with activated flashing red lights and stop arms. By the start of this upcoming school year, their entire fleet of buses will be equipped with cameras.
Teachers assembled in Annapolis to raise concerns over use of state funding. Over 1,000 Prince Geroge's Co. teachers called out sick on Monday, some specifically due to concern for unauthorized pay raises.
With a winter storm on the way, many school districts may take from Spring Break or add on to the end of the school year if they need to close for inclement weather.
In an interview on Good Day D.C., CEO of Prince George's County Schools, Dr. Kevin Maxwell addressed concerns of unauthorized pay raises and reacted to the harsh criticism in a letter from the principal's union to the school board.
FOX 5's Tom Fitzgerald reports.
CEO of Prince George’s County Schools Dr. Kevin Maxwell faced questions from county leaders Tuesday.
CEO of Prince George’s County Schools Dr. Kevin Maxwell faced questions from county leaders Tuesday after results of a grade-fixing audit found students are graduating without meeting requirements.