Montgomery County Public Schools superintendent Dr. Jack R. Smith announced Thursday that he plans to retire from the school district in June 2021.
In Maryland’s largest school district, the Board of Education voted to once again delay the start to phased-in, in-person instruction as coronavirus cases in the country continue to grow. The new date school leaders are aiming for: February 1, 2020.
New data suggests students in Montgomery County Public Schools are earning failing grades during remote learning.
Two Montgomery County families say their kids were supposed to be using district-issued computers for schoolwork, but instead, they were looking at pornography.
Many parents in Montgomery County said Monday that technical issues with Montgomery County Public Schools are getting in the way of deciding how they would like their child to go back to school once the buildings open again.
Talk around removing School Resource Officers (SROs) from Montgomery County Public Schools just got serious on Tuesday after Councilmembers Will Jawando and Hans Reimer introduced a bill to do just that.
Will kids ever go back to in-person learning anytime soon? It’s a question that many parents in Montgomery County are continuing to ask.
A lot of kids have already been able to go back to practicing their school sport in Maryland, but come Wednesday, other counties could be doing the same after Gov. Larry Hogan said it’s okay to do so last month.
A parent watchdog group in Montgomery County is asking why their school district didn’t tell the public about positive COVID-19 cases occurring within the school system.
Three weeks after the virtual start to schools, some parents in Montgomery County said Tuesday, there is more tech troubleshooting occurring than actual learning.
Students who typically wear their pajamas inside out in hopes of the coveted snow day may be disappointed after the threat of the pandemic ends.
As Montgomery County families prepare for a virtual return to school Monday, county leaders say they're "dismayed and perplexed" at Gov.
What will the first semester look like when kids in Montgomery County Schools go back to online learning?
A fierce war of words is going on between hundreds of Montgomery County educators and school district leaders, nearly a month before school starts with distance learning.
A phased reintroduction to the classroom will begin shortly after.
Montgomery County Public Schools faces another allegation of failed supervision that led to what a lawsuit says was a sexual assault inside a high school locker room.
There are concerns growing that those sharing detailed claims of sexual assault on social media are not necessarily sharing that information with authorities. On Monday, FOX 5 spoke to various officials who are stressing the importance of potential victims coming forward so that police can launch investigations in alleged criminal sexual activity.
Montgomery County police say they are trying to identify victims in a possible sexual assault case.
On Tuesday, the Montgomery County’s Board of Education, among other actions, is expected to vote on whether to add an intensive LGBTQ history course, that some advocates believe could be the first of its kind not only for Montgomery County – but also the state and country.
The Montgomery County Board of Education is expected to vote May 12 on whether MCPS students should have the option to request a semester grade as the county continues to weight how to measure education under this unprecedented Coronavirus shutdown.