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September-October 2011

Seeing Red on Color Day

10/27/11

Seeing Red on Color Day

MCPS high school deals with fallout from Spirit Week event

Posted at 02:17 PM | Permalink | Comments: 2

Homework-free weekend? Yeah, right

10/21/11

Homework-free weekend? Yeah, right

Two Montgomery County public high schools try to offer students a break

Posted at 03:37 PM | Permalink | Comments: 1

Speaking out

10/14/11

Speaking out

MCPS high school students press schools chief on top issues

Posted at 09:05 AM | Permalink | Comments: 1

Getting an Earful

10/07/11

Getting an Earful

Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School to host next Listen and Learn event Monday night

Posted at 08:15 AM | Permalink | Comments

Students and Traffic: A Dangerous Mix

09/30/11

Students and Traffic: A Dangerous Mix

Walter Johnson High School takes steps to keep kids safe

Posted at 11:49 AM | Permalink | Comments: 5

Superintendent Starr’s Marching Orders

09/21/11

Superintendent Starr’s Marching Orders

Transition team’s report recommends improvements to MCPS.

Posted at 02:34 PM | Permalink | Comments

09/19/11

Reining in Senioritis

Revised MCPS attendance policy restores loss of credit punishment.

Posted at 08:46 AM | Permalink | Comments

09/09/11

Learning the Lessons of 9/11

MCPS high school students study the effects of 9/11.

Posted at 09:31 AM | Permalink | Comments: 1

 

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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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