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Data from 2009 reveals that students have long struggled with final exams in MCPS math courses.
Superintendent Joshua Starr cautioned the school board against jumping to conclusions about numbers that show most high school students flunked their math finals last semester.
Advocates for free school breakfast programs say student achievement is linked to the availability of breakfast in schools.
The systemwide proposal to provide more central office support to struggling schools begins with a 10-school pilot, according to county schools officials.
Schools, Arts, Going Green
Just what does a LEED Gold building look like? Take a look.
A huge stump near Potomac Elementary School takes up space. Cut it down? Possibly. But that’s not what Potomac Elementary School parent Donna Petrocella has in mind. Instead of a stump, she sees art.
The Montgomery County Board of Education meets regularly in Rockville.
Once again, Winston Churchill High School was included in a national ranking of top high schools.
The first Tuesday in May is recognized as Teacher Appreciation Day.
A review of test scores for algebra, geometry, algebra II and precalculus showed that a majority of students failed the final exam last year, local news outlets reported.
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