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.
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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.
J.B.D. v. North Carolina – Supreme Court recognizes Miranda warnings are different for kids and adults
A recent opinion of the Supreme Court, however, provides juvenile defense attorneys with a powerful tool to fight back and more importantly gives kids a much better shot at receiving the same rights as adults suspected of criminal activity when being questioned by law enforcement.
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.