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  • Passing the baton to next Anne Arundel school board student member

    Passing the baton to next Anne Arundel school board student member
    Else Drooff says you can learn a lot about how government works as a student member of the Anne Arundel County school board. On Wednesday, the Broadneck High School senior, who is nearing the end of her one-year term, offered a glimpse into being a member...
  • Broward College sees success, scrutiny with bachelor degrees

    State colleges have become an increasingly popular place to get a four-year degree, prompting state lawmakers to consider a temporary moratorium on new programs. Broward College started with five bachelor's degrees and 111 students in 2008. In six years...
  • PB State College holds steady on bachelor programs

    Four-year degree programs have been popping up at a rapid pace in many public colleges, but Palm Beach State College has chosen a slower path. "We've been careful since we began offering these to make sure we're identifying programs needed by the...
  • Potential GOP presidential contender Paul pushing school choice in Chicago visit

    Potential GOP presidential contender Paul pushing school choice in Chicago visit
    As he considers a 2016 run for the Republican presidential nomination, Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul acknowledges the GOP must go beyond its base and find ways to grow support or it will be unable to elect a national standard bearer. On Tuesday, Paul comes to...
  • Cupcake business is a family affair

    Cupcake business is a family affair
    On one cupcake, a bunny's back feet, ample behind and fluffy tail are all that can be glimpsed of the creature as it plunges down a rabbit hole. Speckled robins' eggs and jelly beans sit atop knolls of bright green grass on other cupcakes, and a neon-...
  • Parkland students take first in K'Nex STEM Design Challenge and earn awards at FBLA conference

    Parkland School District congratulates its students for their hard work competing in a variety of contests and challenges, including the K'Nex STEM Design Challenge, the FBLA State Leadership Conference and more. Students from Ironton Elementary School,...
  • Commentary: Don't sue; make cheating episode a life lesson

    This is an open letter to the parents litigating the expulsion of the Corona del Mar High School students. On behalf of many parents in the community, we ask that you stop litigating the expulsion of the CdM students involved in the cheating scandal....
  • The "browning" of Maryland will affect college completion [Commentary]

    The "browning" of Maryland will affect college completion [Commentary]
    Significant demographic obstacles stand in the path of the state's achieving its goal of ensuring that 55 percent of its population has a two-year post-secondary degree or higher by 2025. The baby boom "echo" — a primarily white phenomenon that...
  • Museum's Friends event benefits youth programs

    Supporters of Nova Southeastern University's Museum of Art | Fort Lauderdale recently raised more than $20,000 to fund arts education programs for area youths. The fundraiser was staged at the museum and featured works by the late artist William Glackens...
  • Scott-Bush-Martinez team up to demand Senate pass in-state tuition bill

    Scott-Bush-Martinez team up to demand Senate pass in-state tuition bill
    In a showdown with potential consequences at the polls this fall, a trio of Florida governors joined forces Friday to demand the state Senate pass a blocked bill that would offer in-state tuition to undocumented students whose parents immigrated...
  • Class of '57 holding 57th reunion in College Park

    Class of '57 holding 57th reunion in College Park
    Joan Cayce Milligan has a lot of fond memories of attending Edgewater High School and being a part of the graduating class in 1957 – since it was such a very different, and appealing, era, she said. “We are so fortunate we grew up in this...