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Md. students lead nation in success on AP exams

Citing new data from the College Board, state officials say 31.7 percent of Maryland high school seniors earned a score of 3 or higher on one or more AP exams. The tests are scored on a 1-to-5 scale, and 3 ...

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Maryland schools superintendent resigns to lead nonprofit

Maryland’s schools superintendent is resigning to take a post leading an Ohio education nonprofit. The Maryland State Board of Education announced Lillian Lowery’s resignation on Friday. Officials say Lowery will become president and chief executive officer of FutureReady Columbus, a ...

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Luncheon celebrates Baltimore students headed to college

The 27th annual CollegeBound Foundation scholars’ luncheon was the organization’s biggest celebration yet of Baltimore City students headed to college in the fall. CollegeBound operates in Baltimore City’s public high schools, encouraging students to consider post-secondary education and offering assistance ...

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Former pledge retaliated against after reporting fraternity hazing, court filing alleges

A former regional leader of Kappa Alpha Psi “mysteriously resigned” days after he launched an administrative investigation into a hazing incident that led to a $4 million lawsuit against the fraternity, according to an amended complaint filed this week. Cornelius ...

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Justice for all Baltimore

Now is not the time to cease-and-desist until modest and comfortable reforms are made. Getting back on the same path simply does not work for thousands of people in Baltimore. The national media spotlight will fade over the next several weeks and months. However, it is my hope is that the local landscape will have been altered for those seeking a real departure in the way people are treated, educated and policed.

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