September 22, 2014

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July-August 2012

New MCPS School Honors Life of Local Holocaust Survivor

08/31/12

New MCPS School Honors Life of Local Holocaust Survivor

Silver Spring elementary school named for former MCPS teacher

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Parents Want MCPS To Meet Needs of Gifted Kids

08/24/12

Parents Want MCPS To Meet Needs of Gifted Kids

Newport Mill Middle School to Offer ‘Flexible Grouping’ in Advanced English

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African-American Students Face Higher Suspension Rates in MCPS High Schools

08/17/12

African-American Students Face Higher Suspension Rates in MCPS High Schools

District follows national trend; administrators working on ways to alleviate disparity

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MCPS Issues Heat Guidelines for Fall Sports Practices

08/10/12

MCPS Issues Heat Guidelines for Fall Sports Practices

Website provides tips on health and safety for student-athletes

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More than 1,400 Students Reading for Fun at Wootton High School

08/03/12

More than 1,400 Students Reading for Fun at Wootton High School

Principal says that kids flock to volunteer summer reading program

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Drive for Supplies Nets More Than Six Tons for Needy Kids

07/26/12

Drive for Supplies Nets More Than Six Tons for Needy Kids

Nonprofits, families pick up boxes of used school stuff

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State Department Offers College Students Virtual Internships

07/19/12

State Department Offers College Students Virtual Internships

Application deadline is July 20 for fall eInternships

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The Slippery Slope of Cheating

07/13/12

The Slippery Slope of Cheating

Do students really understand how to define academic dishonesty?

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Newport Mill Middle School Parents to Meet with MCPS

07/06/12

Newport Mill Middle School Parents to Meet with MCPS

Parents want more academic rigor, safety improvements at Kensington school

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About This Blog

Education Matters will discuss the news and issues affecting both public and private schools in Montgomery County. We want to talk about what’s happening inside—and outside—the classroom, who’s making the grade and who isn’t.

Julie Rasicot is a former newspaper reporter and managing editor who’s been writing about education for 25 years. She’s a veteran PTA and classroom volunteer who’s the mother of two girls—an eighth-grader and a fifth-grader—attending MCPS schools. None of that seems to matter, though, when she’s struggling to help her kids with their math homework.

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