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  • State may lower tuition for undocumented students

    State may lower tuition for undocumented students
    Ana Guevara wants to finish college, get a good job and live the American dream, but she said Florida is making that nearly impossible for her. A native of Nicaragua, Guevara, 20, has lived in South Florida since she was 9. But when she enrolled at Palm...
  • Hereford parents and students protest school schedules

    Hereford parents and students protest school schedules
    Hereford High School parents and students packed the Baltimore County school board meeting Tuesday night to protest the change in high school schedules. Carrying signs that said "No Voice, No Choice," the students said they didn't want to change their...
  • Digital classrooms [Editorial]

    Digital classrooms  [Editorial]
    Baltimore County schools are set to move ahead with a five-year, $150 million plan to put a laptop or tablet computer in the hands of every student, even though the effectiveness of such devices as learning tools is far from proven. School officials say...
  • Singing brings Oakland Mills community together

    Oakland Mills High School senior John Dean didn't join the school's choir until his junior year — a decision he now describes as a mistake he hopes younger students interested in singing don't make. This week, he and fellow choir members will...
  • Lake Zurich District 95 votes to lower fees

    Lake Zurich District 95 votes to lower fees
    Lake Zurich Community Unit School District 95 families will be paying less in registration next year, after officials opted to drop the fees by up to $50 per student. Board member Jim Burke said he has for years to return the fees to their level four...
  • Valedictorians deserve their day, and title: Opinion

    Valedictorians deserve their day, and title: <span class="inhed">Opinion</span>
    Dumping the tradition of valedictorian has become vogue. It’s also vexing. The Broward School Board is considering ending the practice of awarding the top two high school students the titles of valedictorian and salutatorian. Instead, like...
  • Group suing Florida college to allow guns after on-campus shooting

    Group suing Florida college to allow guns after on-campus shooting
    A gun-rights group is hoping a lawsuit filed Monday against Eastern Florida State College will force the school to change its policies and allow guns on campus, according to Florida Today. Florida Carry Inc.'s lawsuit comes just days after a man was...
  • San Diego State announces $20-million gift for student scholarships

    San Diego State announces $20-million gift for student scholarships
    San Diego State University is getting a $20-million donation -- the largest single gift in the school's history -- to create several endowed student scholarships, officials announced Wednesday. The gift comes from San Diego developer and...
  • Lincoln-Way families fight JROTC phase out

    Lincoln-Way families fight JROTC phase out
    Timothy Lutz looked forward to joining the Air Force JROTC program since he was a child watching his cousins practice drills in the backyard. "I just thought it was the coolest thing ever," Lutz recalled. Today, Lutz is a freshman at Lincoln-Way...
  • Financial aid agreements have advantages in college athletics, but can create a mess

    Financial aid agreements have advantages in college athletics, but can create a mess
    As soon as Virginia Tech became the first school to offer a scholarship to Marshawn Williams in the winter of 2012, he couldn't help but have some loyalty toward the Hokies. It's just the way he's wired. Other than a brief moment of indecision about his...
  • Maine South student focus of blood drive

    Maine South student focus of blood drive
    Dozens of friends, classmates and neighbors braved bitter temperatures and falling snow to participate in a recent blood drive to help a Maine South High School student replenish a blood bank's supply. Dubbed "Jimmy's Blood Drive," the effort to boost...