March 21, 2017

BCPS eliminates heat-closure policy

Update: The Board of Education voted Tuesday to eliminate the heat-closure policy.  You might remember that on Aug. 9 last year, the Baltimore County Board of Education […]
March 7, 2017

No renovation for Dulaney High School, BCPS says

Tonight was the night the Baltimore County Board of Education was going to vote on a controversial plan to partially renovate Dulaney High School — something many […]
February 13, 2017

Opinion: No proof that BCPS’ expensive STAT program helps students

Submitted by Baltimore County Board of Education member Ann Miller:  What is the opportunity cost of the STAT program? STAT is a digital conversion initiative by Baltimore […]
January 24, 2017

Second phase of Dumbarton Middle renovation begins

Rachael Pacella of The Towson Times reports: “The renovations on the Towson school, which began in June, will add central air conditioning to the building and […]
November 22, 2016

Parents come out strong in support of Dallas Dance after tweet controversy

Parents were out in force Tuesday night in support of Baltimore County Public Schools Superintendent Dallas Dance in the wake of a controversy over a tweet. […]
November 21, 2016

Ethics panel finds Dallas Dance did not make proper financial disclosures

A Baltimore County Public Schools ethics panel has released its findings in a complaint filed against Superintendent Dallas Dance. The complaint [see details here] questioned whether […]
November 14, 2016

Towson High senior is helping to reduce garbage in the cafeteria

Claire Pomykala has been in Girl Scouts for about nine years now, and when it was time to do a project for her Gold Award — […]
November 11, 2016

UPDATED: Towson High PTSA president offers support to Dallas Dance

Cheri Pegues sent this note to Baltimore County Public Schools Superintendent Dallas Dance and other BCPS officials on Friday morning in the wake of controversy over Dance’s re-tweet […]
November 10, 2016

Dallas Dance’s re-tweet about non-white students gets backlash

Baltimore County Public Schools Superintendent Dallas Dance is drawing criticism from conservative critics who say he shouldn’t have re-tweeted another educator’s statement on Twitter that non-white […]
November 10, 2016

BCPS shortens spring break

Baltimore County Public Schools’ Board of Education on Wednesday approved a new calendar for the 2017-18 school year that adheres to Gov. Larry Hogan’s mandate that […]