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  • Test scores dip in Downers Grove high schools

    Test scores dip in Downers Grove high schools
    Downers Grove high school students logged some of their lowest scores in years in the most recent round of state testing, according to recently released data. State report cards posted on the district's website shows that both schools improved reading...
  • Commentary: The importance of back-to-school nights

    Visit an elementary school at 10 a.m. in the middle of the week for a third-grade dance festival and you'll be lucky to find viewing space on the playground as you stand among parents with cellphones and iPads deployed in order to record the event. But...
  • The Nation Gets A 'D' On Its Report Card For Middle-Class Incomes

    The Nation Gets A 'D' On Its Report Card For Middle-Class Incomes
    How do you feel about your buying power over these past few years since the recession supposedly ended? Barely treading water? You're not alone. Median household income for the nation was flat when adjusted for inflation, at $51,017 last year compared...
  • Maryland schools have been leader in Advanced Placement, but results are mixed

    Destiny Miller went online this summer to check one last set of grades from her senior year at Woodlawn High School — scores on three Advanced Placement exams. The 18-year-old sat alone on her bed waiting for the scores to appear on her...
  • South L.A. student finds a different world at UC Berkeley

    South L.A. student finds a different world at UC Berkeley
    School had always been his safe harbor. Growing up in one of South Los Angeles' bleakest, most violent neighborhoods, he learned about the world by watching "Jeopardy" and willed himself to become a straight-A student. His teachers and his...
  • Will and Kate's son isn't the only baby who gets the royal treatment

    Will and Kate's son isn't the only baby who gets the royal treatment
    This was not the first time the world has waited in giddy anticipation for the birth of a prince or princess. I know because I've had one of each. He will never be King of England, but when Joseph was born, he might as well have landed on a velvet...
  • Annual report card for parents part of new CPS education plan

    Annual report card for parents part of new CPS education plan
    Chicago Public Schools unveiled a five-year education plan on Monday that promises an annual report card to provide parents with information on theĀ academic performance of schools and show how many principals and teachers are rated as high performers....
  • Hopkins' global health grade: good, but not good enough

    Hopkins' global health grade: good, but not good enough
    Remember the last time you got a B in a class? Maybe a B was OK, a hard-earned accomplishment in a difficult, GPA-sinking course. Or perhaps a B just wasn't good enough — a subpar finish that left you mentally shaking a fist at other classmates....
  • Del. Pogge gets top score on Family Foundation 'report card'

    In rankings of all 140 General Assembly membersreleased this week by the conservative, pro-life Family Foundation Sen. Mamie Locke, D-Hampton, received the lowest score of any senator and Del. Brenda Pogge, R-James City County, as the only local...
  • Anne Arundel County health briefs

    Rabies prevention The Department of Health offers information on how to prevent the spread of rabies and what to do in the event of exposure. Rabies is most often seen in raccoons, bats, foxes and skunks. Information: 410-222-7168 or visit aahealth.org....
  • Dr. Edward L. "Mac" McDill, Hopkins professor

    Dr. Edward L. "Mac" McDill, Hopkins professor
    Edward L. "Mac" McDill, former chairman of the Johns Hopkins University's sociology department who was also the founding director of the Hopkins Center for Social Organization of Schools, died April 25 of prostate cancer at Gilchrist Hospice Care in...