You’re on the path to your future. You’ve just finished your undergraduate degree and are studying at one of your top choice graduate schools. Everything seems to be within reach, when get into a squabble with one of your professors over a grade. He quotes from the university code and all of a sudden you are on academic dismissal with no way to defend yourself.
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Education Week awarded Maryland a B-plus average in its 2011 Quality Counts report.
By: Sara Gates and Patrick Hoover If your minor child gets in trouble with the law, going to court may not have to be the only option. Similar to programs in a few other jurisdictions...
Imagine you’re in the middle of a series of long, dark hallways full of twists, turns, switchbacks and dead-ends. You’ve been traveling these halls for a long time. Or did you just enter them...
In March the Maryland House of Delegates unanimously approved the Safe Schools bill, 139-0. The act, which took effect on July 1, seeks to break down the communication barrier between local law enforcement and schools.
Oregon became the sixth state in the country to file a formal waiver request with the federal government today, asking for relief from the federally mandated state special education budget requirements.
Can’t wait until November to read “Tech Talk?” Well, I’ll give you a sneak peek. My latest topic: Basecamp, a online service which allows clients to view their entire case file from any computer