Los Angeles Unified School District, the second largest in the country, is preparing to ease graduation requirements in order to lower the drop-out rate. It all started eight years ago, when the school district...
HooverLaw Memos Blog
While some school districts around the country are rushing to ban student-teacher texting in order to diminish the likelihood of improper relationships developing, others are testing whether the texts are actually beneficial to students.
The Maryland Board of Education sent public schools throughout the state a very important message, when it issued an opinion reversing Talbot County Public Schools’ suspension of two high school lacrosse players — context matters.
A recent wave of student-on-student cyberbullying through fake online social profiles has thrown the problem into the spotlight and prompted the question of what schools are doing about the issue.
The latest instance of a teen’s private-public F-bomb made national news.
A new Maryland House bill intends to alter the current law that requires parents of special needs students receive necessary documents five business days before an Individual Education Program Meeting
For the first time in MSBA history — to my knowledge — a statewide group of the Maryland State Bar Association held a closed, multi-office conference meeting that was privately broadcast over the Internet between two cities some distance apart. Richard’s monthly meeting was held simultaneously in both Rockville and Baltimore, Maryland, where several members of the group attended and participated fully by way of the high-speed Internet connection and equipment located at both places/conference rooms.