Compare what an HCPSS Kindergarten student received on March 13 here and the materials from March 25 here with what Baltimore City Kindergarten students and parents received here on March 13 (or soon after) here….
Starting tomorrow, our students’ lives will be upended and their education will indefinitely be put on hold. With it looking likely that the schools will not reopen on March 30, it is very important that a continuity-of-curriculum plan be laid out soon to all HCPSS students, staff and families…
The following pages are handwritten notes taken by a County Council staff member during a meeting between Councilman Opel Jones & his staff with Superintendent Martirano, on August 13, 2019, right before Councilman Jones was featured in a press release announcing the upcoming CR-112 resolution
This week, the Board of Education met for their work session to discuss the FY21 operating budget. Instead of recommending a budget based on school needs, BOE member Jen Mallo recommended cutting $33 million from Superintendent Martirano’s proposed budget
Let’s talk about the topic that few politicians want to touch and most county residents want to know more about: Developer influence in HCPSS school redistricting.
Saturday • February 1, 2020 Concerning Influences & Coordination of Support for CR-112 & 2019 HCPSS Redistricting Plan By Steven Keller As hinted at in the recently leaked text messages here between County Councilwomen Christiana Mercer-Rigby and Liz Walsh, the need for socio-economic based redistricting and the supposed “segregation” of Howard County was heavily reliant upon…
The following text messages were exchanged on the day before and day of the press release for the CR-112 resolution between County Councilwoman Christiana Mercer-Rigby and County Councilwoman Liz Walsh
The following text messages were exchanged on the day before and day of the press release for the CR-112 resolution between County Councilwoman Christiana Mercer-Rigby and her district aide, Felix Facchine
A concerning pattern of statutory violations and ‘inadvertent mistakes’ have been made by the BOE over the past two months under the leadership of Chairwoman Mavis Ellis that is eroding public confidence and trust.
We’re finally starting to receive responses to the Maryland Public Information Act (MPIA) requests that were submitted following the controversial ending to this year’s HCPSS school redistricting process back in November and WOW, is there some interesting stuff.