Following a unanimous decision by the Montgomery County Board, Stamford, Connecticut’s current superintendent, Joshua Starr, was chosen to take the helm of Montgomery County Public Schools, vacated by retiring Jerry Weast.
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With Superintendent Dr. Jerry Weast’s announcement of retirement last August, Montgomery County is scrambling for a replacement. After over a decade as head honcho of the Board of Education (BOE), Dr. Weast will retire from the BOE this June.
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Patrick Hoover and Bryan Utter have both penned articles that will appear in the upcoming edition of the Maryland State Bar Association’s monthly publication, the Bar Bulletin. Every month the Bulletin runs features that...
Frederick County (MD) Public Schools seeks prosecution of 12 year old boy for his “autistic assault”. When its significantly impaired, ASD pre-teen, reacted poorly during a confrontation by the school’s assistant principal, school officials refused...
FCPS’s antiquated system of hearings, decisions, appeals and reviews have brought significant damage to the academic standing and the personal/social development of great numbers of high school teens
Your kid did well in high school, made it into a good college and just about the time you begin to see the end of the twice yearly tuition drain you get word the university is kicking him out.