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News from the Board, July 23, 2013
The Board discusses MSA test results, which dropped in three of four categories - as Maryland transitions to the Common Core. Early Childhood continues to achieve, and an update as well on Race to the Top. Plus a new Board member and Board elections.

Judy Center Award - Baltimore City, July 2, 2013
The Judy Center at The Historic Samuel Coleridge-Taylor ES wins the award for Innovative Spirit. Coordinator Cathy Frazier and others talk about the Backpack program.

Judy Center Award - Kent County , July 2, 2013
The Judy Center at H.H. Garnett ES wins the award for Most Improved Partnership. The program grows from nine to 17 partners under the leadership of Coordinator Donna Bedell.

News From the Board, June 25, 2013
Maryland approves the Next Generation Science Standards. The Board makes final amendments to its School Discipline report, and we get the latest on Race to the Top. All, plus Board Briefs and the Anne Arundel County Teacher of the Year.

News From The Board, May 21, 2013
Maryland approves a permanent 'concussion avoidance protocol,' discusses multiculturalism, school discipline, and pushes ahead with Race to the Top. Also, Maryland's 2013-2014 Teachers of the Year!

2013 PIMA Awards, May 17, 2013
Annette DiMaggio of Queen Anne's County wins the 2013 Parent Involvement Matters Award. Highlights of the gala event, the semi-finalists, and the finalists, from Eastern Tech in Baltimore County.

Annette DiMaggio - PIMA 2013 Winner, Queen Anne's Co., May 21, 2013
Annette DiMaggio's program, 'Backpack Friday's' keeps young children from going hungry on the weekends. She is involved in that, and much more at Sudlersville Elementary.

Megan Cook - PIMA Finalist, Talbot Co., May 21, 2013
Megan Cook started the CarePacks program at Easton Elementary, a program which now has spread to all Talbot County elementary schools. Carepacks ensure the children of less fortunate families have enough to eat over the weekend.

Carol Streeter - PIMA Finalist, Anne Arundel Co., May 21, 2013
Carol Streeter, an electrical engineer by profession, facilitates a number of programs at Crofton ES. Among them, is the NASA Best club, in which students build 'satellites' and cultivate an early interest in STEM subjects.

Jana Sheffer - PIMA Finalist, Frederick Co., May 21, 2013
Jana Sheffer serves as master of communications and consensus -- parents who work with her call her a 'force of nature.' Jana's current project is renovating Frederick High School.

Tami McClatchey - PIMA Finalist, Howard Co., May 21, 2013
Tami McClatchey chairs the Wellness Committee at Waterloo Elementary. That includes making good choices regarding nutrition and lots of physical activity.

Leadership Maryland - Education Forums, May 1, 2013
Leadership Maryland holds a series of forums to share ongoing reform efforts in the state. The forums (this first one at the Strathmore Center in Montgomery County) are headed by Maryland Schools Superintendent Lillian Lowery and MSEA President Betty Weller.

News from the Board - April, April 23, 2013
On the heels of the Boston bombing and the Sandy Hook disaster, the Board updates Emergency Guidelines created a decade ago. Also, the Next Generation Science Standards have been released, a Race to the Top update, and Maryland's Superintendent of the Year.

News From The Board, March 28, 2013
Early Learning in Maryland continues its phenomenal success in preparing preschoolers for kindergarten - we'll see the latest numbers. The Teacher/Principal evaluation system heads into a critical phase, sequestration takes a bite out of the budget, and Board Briefs includes Hurricane Sandy and a Milken winner from Harford County.

Maryland Meals for Achievement, February 27, 2013
The Governor and State Schools Superintendent Lillian Lowery celebrate the success of Maryland Meals for Achievement at Eastport Elementary in Annapolis; specifically, the move of breakfast from the cafeteria to the classroom!

News From The Board, February 26, 2013
Maryland ranks number one again in Advanced Placement – it’s 7th year running – but digs in to try to get even better! It’s getting near crunch time for the Teacher-Principal Evaluations – we’ll have an update. For the 3rd time in 7 years, Maryland has a national finalist in the Teacher of the Year competition, you’ll hear from Rhonda Blankenship of Cecil County – and more!

The Judy Center at Moravia Park ES, February 6, 2013
Maryland Schools Superintendent Lillian Lowery visits the Judy Center at Moravia Park Elementary School in Baltimore City. Two dozen Judy Centers across the state provide an array of services to Title One communities, to make sure children enter school ready to learn.

News From The Board, January 22, 2012
The Board makes permanent, and adds to, emergency regulations regarding concussion management, modifies its stance on School Discipline after a round of public comment, and takes a thorough look at the Breakthrough Center. Plus Board Briefs, a Maryland finalist for National Teacher of the Year, and more!

Maryland #1 5th Year in a Row, January 10, 2013
Education Week names Maryland #1 for the fifth year in a row in its 'Quality Counts' survey. Governor Martin O'Malley makes the announcement at Jones Elementary in Anne Arundel County.

News From The Board, December 14, 2012
The Board reacts to the Connecticut school shooting, Maryland launches the School Progress Index, the Board honors Maryland secondary schools' Principal and Assistant Principal of the Year, and also the National Title 1 Distinguished School of the Year.

2012 Milken Winner in Harford County, December 12, 2012
Harford County Reading Specialist Lauren Hunter, of William Paca Elementary School in Abingdon, wins a $25,000 Milken Educator Award. The award is a surprise announcement made at a school assembly.

News From The Board, October 31, 2012
A short meeting of the Board in October was highlighted by a report on Maryland High Schools. Dropout rates declined, graduation rates increased, and Year 4 of HSA test results.

News From The Board, September 26, 2012
The Board discusses at length PARCC -- the Partnership for the Assessment of Readiness for College and Career. The group plays a decisive role in setting standards for end-of-course tests from 3rd grade through high school, and Maryland works with higher education to make the system even better. Also, A.P. and SAT test updates, Board Briefs, and more.

News From The Board, August 28, 2012
Race to the Top, Teacher Induction Academies, and MSA results top Board News in August.

News From The Board, July 24, 2012
Maryland's Board of Education passes emergency regulations regarding concussions. The Board gets the report on MSA results, and new State Superintendent Lillian Lowery attends her first official meeting. Also, an update on the SEED School, Board elections, and more.

Educator Effectiveness Academies, June 28, 2012
Educator Effectiveness Academies are being held statewide this summer. Every school in the state participates to learn the Common Core as it's adapted and integrated as the Maryland Common Core State Curriculum. This presentation was gathered at North Point High in Charles County.

News from the Board, June 26, 2012
Board News in June is packed -- a discussion and video of concussions in high school sports, a RTTT focus on High Risk Dashboards, a new route to professional certification, and honors for principals and superitendent's of the year. And more.

Dorchester Career & Technology Center, June 13, 2012
Dorchester Career & Technology Centers celebrated its first full year of operation on April 26th. See the center, and hear from its students, teachers, principal and Dorchester County Superintendent Henry Wagner.

News from the Board, May 22, 2012
May Board News celebrates all the Maryland Teachers of the Year! Also, the latest on Race to the Top, a final discussion on school discipline, and the Superintendent's Report -- including the winner of the 2012 Parent Involvement Matters award.

Parent Involvement Matters Award Gala, May 18, 2012
From across the state, parents, teachers, schools and families gather for the Parent Involvement Matters Awards. This fifth annual celebration of parents' involvement in their children's education is one-of-a-kind in the country. Every public school jurisdiction in the state celebrates its candidate, with the grand award winner this year from Anne Arundel County.

Nancy S. Grasmick Building - 100th Anniversary, May 10, 2012
The original Baltimore Bargain House (see pictures), now known as the Nancy S. Grasmick State Education Building, celebrates 100 years in Baltimore.

Dr. Lillian Lowery Interview, April 26, 2012
Dr. Lillian Lowery talks about her new job as incoming Maryland Schools Superintendent, including her background, what attracted her to the job, her motivation, and her top priority.

Board News, April 24, 2012
Maryland welcomes its new Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Lillian Lowery. The Governor also appears at the meeting of the Board, to welcome Dr. Lowery. Also, we get an update on RTTT, STEM, and a Milken winner from Montgomery County wins $25,000!

News from the Board, March 27, 2012
News from the Board in March brings a closer look at the Teacher/Principal evaluation process. Also, continued progress in the development of Common Core and the Universal Design for Learning.

News from the Board, February 28, 2012
News from the Board in February includes debate over new, broad guidelines for Gifted and Talented students, a brief update regarding Race to the Top with a focus on the Common Core, and more.

Telepresence, January 30, 2012
Westlake High School in Charles County proudly demonstrates 'Telepresence' -- classrooms connected by high-tech 2-way digital television. They serve a variety of functions, and lead the way to a new type of learning.

News from the Board, January 24, 2012
January's Race to the Top focus is Early Childhood Education -- and a $50-million dollar Challenge Grant won by MSDE in December. An update on RTTT, first suggestions on the Teacher/Principal evaluation system from the 7 pilot systems, and more, top Board News in January.

2012 Blue Ribbon Schools, January 17, 2012
The Maryland State Department of Education names six Maryland elementary schools Blue Ribbon honorees for 2012. Each is distinguished by high achievement and improvement on state assessments in Reading and Mathematics.

Governor's Reaction, January 12, 2012
Governor Martin O'Malley reacts to the news that Maryland schools rank 1st in the nation for the 4th year in a row, in the 'Quality Counts' survey compiled by the industry journal, Education Week.

Governor Martin O'Malley, State School Superintendent Bernie Sadusky, and Maryland lawmakers announce a $372-million dollar proposal to bolster school infrastructure around the state. The announcement comes at Germantown Elementary in Annapolis.

News from the Board, December 6, 2011
December NFTB highlights the Superintendent search, a RTTT update, a look at the Breakthrough Center to help low-performing schools, and the ongoing discussion regarding discipline. Also, two Maryland Title 1 schools are honored.

News from the Board, October 25, 2011
Maryland applies for a mid-February waiver involving NCLB, RTTT money now flows to local systems, Maryland's graduation rate hits it's highest-ever percentage, minimum academic standards for athletes, and more.

Stop Bullying: Speak Up!, October 6, 2011
The Governor, First Lady, Maryland Schools Superintendent Bernie Sadusky, and surprise guests kick off Bullying Prevention Month in Maryland. The festivities take place at Arundel High School in Anne Arundel County.

Graduation Rate 2011, September 30, 2011
Maryland's graduation rate hits a record high of 87%. Educators believe the High School Assessments helped, and now the state will benefit as well from a new Longitudinal Data System.

News from the Board, September 27, 2011
Maryland forges ahead with the Longitudinal Data System to better track and educate students from kindergarten through college. Also, SAT results and a continuing look at Maryland's policy regarding long term suspensions.

News from the Board, August 30, 2011
An earthquake, a hurricane, and power problems mark the start of school in Maryland. August Board News includes those stories plus a Race to the Top update.

First Day of School - Anne Arundel, August 23, 2011
Sixth graders head back to class at Bates Middle School in Annapolis. Hear from the children, the principal, and new interim Superintendent Bernie Sadusky about this Arts Magnet and its recent success.

News from the Board, July 21, 2011
News from the Board in July is packed with Race to the Top headlines, as the fiscal year comes to a close. Most important -- a timeline for Teacher/Principal evaluations. Also, MSA scores and recognition for Summer Center contributors.

MSA Scores - 2011, June 29, 2011
Gains in Reading highlight the 2011 release of the MSA results. State Schools Superintendent Nancy Grasmick says some scores now are reaching the level of 90-percent proficient.

Nancy Grasmick: 1st Lady of Education, June 29, 2011
Milestones of Maryland School Superintendent Nancy S. Grasmick's career highlight this video tribute -- played at her retirement celebration at Martin's West. Contributors include the late Governor William Donald Schaefer, Congressmen Steny Hoyer and Elijah Cummings, husband Lou Grasmick, and many more.

News from the Board, June 21, 2011
The Board debates the Teacher & Principal evaluation format, gets an update on Common Core, builds Environmental Literacy into the state curriculum, honors Principals of the Year, and says goodbye to Nancy Grasmick.

News From The Board, May 24, 2011
News from the Board in May features an update on Race to the Top, The Comcast 'Parent Involvement Matters' statewide winner, Maryland's National Teacher of the Year Michelle Shearer at the White House, and more.

Bullying Awareness Week, May 23, 2011
Find out the meaning of Rochambeau as First Lady Katie O'Malley joins Schools Superintendent Nancy Grasmick at Lakeland Elementary/Middle School for the 2nd Annual Bullying Awareness Week.

2011 Comcast Parent Involvement Matters Awards, May 20, 2011
The 2011 Comcast Parent Involvement Matters Awards celebrates parents from across the state who give their time and effort to better schools. See the winners from each district across Maryland at the gala in Anne Arundel County, and celebrate the statewide honoree, Shawna Capotosto from Frederick County!

Marylander Named National Teacher at the White House, May 3, 2011
Maryland's Michelle Shearer is honored at the White House by President Barack Obama as National Teacher of the Year. See the ceremony and America's Teachers of the Year, and hear from the President and Frederick County's Michelle Shearer, from the Rose Garden.

News from the Board, April 26, 2011
April's Board News updates Race to the Top with a look at the new Breakthrough Center to help low-performing schools. Also, a report on Universal Design for Learning, the suspension question, Gifted and Talented EGATE winners, and Dr. Grasmick is retiring.

Teachers of Promise, April 21, 2011
Teachers of Promise matches Teachers of the Year, Milken, and other award winning teachers with first-year teachers in a mentor relationship. The program now is in its fifth year, and was celebrated recently at Martin's West.

Japan Appeal, April 11, 2011
State Schools Superintendent Nancy Grasmick talks about the Maryland Kids Care Campaign: Operation Japan, Pennies and More. Actual footage of the monstrous tsunami rolling ashore underscores the disaster, and the effort to help by Maryland schoolchildren.

Board News, March 22, 2011
Maryland's success in Early Childhood Education tops Board News in March. Also, a Race to the Top status report, Board Briefs, a Milken winner, and Maryland's Michelle Shearer, a finalist for National Teacher of the Year!

TOY Summit - Teacher Evaluations, March 9, 2011
Teachers of the Year (past and present), principals, and Milken award winners gather in Annapolis to give input and talk about new evaluations centered on student growth.

Support for Struggling Schools, March 7, 2011
In the fifth segment of a special Race to the Top series, Ass't. State Sup't Ann Chafin talks briefly about the issues surrounding help for struggling schools.

News from the Board - February, February 22, 2011
Board News in February looks at the model policy created by the Board of Education to deal with gang activity in schools, from which other systems will model their own policies. Also, updates on Race to the Top and Environmental Literacy.

Gifted & Talented - EGATE Awards, February 16, 2011
Maryland Schools Superintendent Dr. Nancy Grasmick and the Maryland State Advisory Council for Gifted & Talented Education celebrate in Annapolis at the inaugural EGATE Awards.

Great Teachers & Great Leaders, February 11, 2011
In the fourth segment of a special Race to the Top series, State School Superintendent Nancy Grasmick talks with Maryland Teachers of the Year past and present, and school principals and Milken winners, at a special summit in Annapolis. She discusses evaluations, student growth, and more.

Maryland #1 in Advanced Placement, 3rd Year in a Row!, February 9, 2011
Maryland ranks first in the nation for the 3rd year in a row in the percentage of seniors scoring mastery level on Advanced Placement tests. Dr. Grasmick visits Eleanor Roosevelt HS in Greenbelt to celebrate the news.

News from the Board, January 25, 2011
In January, the Board contracts with the University System of Maryland to track Maryland's Race to the Top application for quicker feedback on the ongoing process. The effort will be headquartered at Towson University. Also, Baltimore City's annual report, and five Maryland schools achieve National Blue Ribbon status.

Race to the Top - Data Systems, January 25, 2011
In this third segment of a special series, Ass't. Sup't., Leslie Wilson looks at data systems that will allow Maryland school systems to track every individual child.

Race to the Top - Standards and Assessments, January 20, 2011
In the second of a series, Assistant State Superintendent Mary Cary explains the basics of Standards and Assessments and Maryland's adoption and adaptation to the Common Core curriculum. TRT 2:02.

Race to the Top - Overview, January 12, 2011
In the first of a special series, Ass't. State Sup't. Jim Foran outlines an overview of Maryland's Race to the Top effort, and the push to take Maryland schools from national to world class.

Education Week - Number One WrapUp, January 11, 2011
Catch the short version -- the news wrapup and highlights of the Washington, DC news conference where Education Week names Maryland public schools Number One nationwide for the 3rd year in a row.

Education Week - 3 in a Row!, January 11, 2011
For the third year running, Maryland public schools have been ranked number one by Education Week. Dr. Nancy Grasmick addresses the gathering at a Washington D.C. news conference held by the nation's leading education newspaper.

2010 Blue Ribbon Schools, December 17, 2010
Dr. Nancy Grasmick announces the six schools named Maryland Blue Ribbon winners for 2010. Two elementary, two middle, and two high schools all move on now to national Blue Ribbon competition.

News from the Board, December 14, 2010
News from the Board features a detailed discussion on the new evaluation plan for teachers and principals -- with Dr. Nancy Grasmick and Betty Weller, V.P. of the Maryland State Education Association. Also, an update on the STEM program, charter schools, and National Title One honorees.

Race to the Top Timeline, November 18, 2010
Follow a year's progress of Race to the Top, from preparation which began in earnest last winter, to the award and the plans currently underway.

News from the Board, October 26, 2010
The Board discusses Race to the Top -- and documenting future years. The 'gap analysis' is in -- see how the Maryland curriculum compares to Common Core standards. Also, Charter School advocates speak out, Family Involvement Month, and donors to the Gifted and Talented program.

Graduation Rate Rises Again, October 6, 2010
Maryland's graduation rate rises yet again, and the dropout rate falls. State Schools Superintendent Nancy Grasmick, and Assistant Superintendent Leslie Wilson outline the good news.

News from the Board, September 21, 2010
News from the Board - September features plans to implement Race to the Top and what's ahead in the next two months, an update on Common Core standards and Charter schools, the result of the vote on the Environmental Education curriculum, and the retirement of Colleen Seremet.

Kent Island High School, September 9, 2010
Kent Island High celebrates its success with a visit from Maryland Schools Superintendent Nancy Grasmick. Kent Island emphasizes participation in Advanced Placement courses and exams, and variety in its curriculum.

1st Day of School, August 30, 2010
Schools now are open all over Maryland. Mt. Washington Elementary celebrated by inviting State Schools Superintendent Nancy Grasmick and City Schools CEO Andres Alonso to help welcome the children.

News from the Board, August 24, 2010
Maryland celebrates a huge week, winning a Race to the Top grant. Find out where the money goes in the local jurisdictions and see the Governor's visit and hear reaction. Also, see MSA science results, a discussion on suspensions and expulsions, Dale Smith and Jim Foran win appointments, and Miriam Silverman shine!

Maryland Wins Race, August 24, 2010
Maryland has won a Race to the Top grant – announced today by the U.S. Department of Education. See the announcement, a visit by the Governor, and watch Miriam Siliverman, in the end, steal the show.

Maryland Named RTTT Finalist, July 27, 2010
The U.S. Department of Education names Maryland one of 19 finalists for Race to the Top grant funding. The news comes via a live internet feed to educators gathered in the Board Room.

News from the Board, July 20, 2010
MSA test results are in, and Maryland continues to improve! Highlights, plus Common Core, the wait for Race to the Top, and the Superintendent's Report all in July's news roundup.

News from the Board, June 22, 2010
Maryland has now delivered its Race to the Top application to the U.S. Department of Education. State Superintendent Nancy Grasmick provides an update. The Board discusses charter schools, honors Principals of the Year, and Dr. Grasmick's Superintendent's report caps the rest of Board News.

News from the Board, May 25, 2010
The discussion regarding Race to the Top, the final application, and some public comment all top May News from the Board. Also included: Common Core, the Gulf oil spill, the Environmental Curriculum, and 2010-2011 Teachers of the Year!

Comcast Parent Involvement Matters Awards!, May 6, 2010
Anne Arundel County's Jeffrey Macris wins the Comcast 2010 Parent Involvement Matters Award! Here is the full version, showing all two dozen finalists from across Maryland, and the excitement of the evening.

Parent Involvement Matters Award, May 6, 2010
Anne Arundel County's Jeffrey Macris wins the 2010 Comcast Parent Involvement Matters Award. The award was presented Thursday night in a ceremony honoring finalists from all two dozen Maryland school systems.

News from the Board - April, April 27, 2010
As the deadline nears for submission, hear a panel of experts, Schools Superintendent Dr. Nancy Grasmick, and Board members discuss the Race to the Top application.

Teachers of Promise, April 23, 2010
State Schools Superintendent Nancy Grasmick welcomes 135 teaching candidates from 21 Maryland colleges to the Sheraton Hotel downtown. She speaks about changes and continuing education reform.

Kennard ES - Environmental Education, April 22, 2010
Kennard Elementary, in Queen Anne's County, showcases its environmental program. Under the direction of Enrichment Specialist Lee Franklin, the school partners with parents, the community, the Chesapeake Bay Environmental Center, and a school in Costa Rica to feature a variety of projects!

News from the Board, March 23, 2010
Proud principals and their Blue Ribbon winners at six Maryland schools, Race to the Top, Early Childhood, and Career & Technology reports dominate March 'News from the Board'.

Settlement Reached in Special Education Court Case, March 8, 2010
State Schools Superintendent Nancy Grasmick speaks outside the Federal Courthouse regarding the settlement reached in the long-running lawsuit involving Special Education in Baltimore City.

Special Education Settlement - News Wrap, March 8, 2010
Dr. Nancy Grasmick announces the settlement of the Special Education lawsuit. Comments also included by Dr. Andres Alonso, Leslie Margolis, and Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley.

News From The Board, February 23, 2010
Tons of snow tops February's Board News. Also, the Race is On!, the National Superintendent of the Year (right here in Maryland), teacher certification, and Take 15 poster winners make an appearance at the Board.

News From The Board, January 26, 2010
State Schools Superintendent Nancy Grasmick and the Board discuss 'Race to the Top,' a new Financial Literacy curriculum, Baltimore City's annual report, and teacher certification. Also, see and hear the winning moment of Anne Arundel County's $25,000 Milken Award winner -- she watches the video with the Board.

Number One Again!, January 14, 2010
Respected education journal Education Week ranks Maryland number one overall in the nation in its Quality Counts survey. Dr. Nancy Grasmick talks about achieving the top ranking for the second year in a row, and what's ahead.

News From The Board, December 10, 2009
Maryland postpones its application for Race To The Top funding until June, re-focuses its attention on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) courses, and recognizes two Title One National Distinguished schools, plus Board Briefs.

News From The Board, October 27, 2009
October was Parent Involvement Month. Later this month, November 19th will be National Parent Involvement Day. The Board discusses the issue, the Gifted and Talented program, and remembers the late Blair Ewing.

Parent Involvement, October 5, 2009
Students, parents, and educators celebrate Parent Involvement month in October, and look ahead to National Parent Involvement Matters Day on November 19th. State Schools Superintendent Nancy Grasmick visits Talbott Springs Elementary in Howard County.

Project Search, September 22, 2009
Project Search showcases three young Baltimore City students with disabilities -- all involved in an innovative program to help them get jobs through internships. The effort features the combined effort of the Maryland State Department of Education's Division of Rehabilitation Services with the Baltimore City School system, prospective employers, and the Arc of Baltimore.

News From The Board, September 21, 2009
The Board reviews High School Assessment data for the first year seniors in Maryland were required to pass. Also, graduation rates improve, and snapshots of principals of the year!

Highland ES - Blue Ribbon, September 15, 2009
Highland ES in Silver Spring, and five other schools in Maryland earn Blue Ribbon status -- and all are named National Blue Ribbon Schools of Distinction as well. Maryland Schools Superintendent Nancy Grasmick joins U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan for the celebration.

News From The Board, August 25, 2009
News From the Board in August looks at the MSA science scores in the second year of that test, the Board discusses college preparation in light of national test scores released, and more.

News From The Board, July 21, 2009
News From The Board in July examines sparkling MSA results, debates 'Persistently Dangerous' & names the Baltimore City schools categorized as such, looks at the results of a final report on Professional Development, greets new Board members, and more.

Powered by Me! - Playing Safe, Fair, & Sober Conference, June 24, 2009
The Powered by Me! conference features a special emphasis this year on female athletes, and dangers they face with diet and alcohol. Also featured: Orioles star Nick Markakis.

News from the Board, June 23, 2009
Board News in June looks at the effort to build a Longitudinal Data System in Maryland, Alternative Governance in two schools, awards, recognition, retiring Board Members and more.

Dropout Prevention Leadership Summit, June 22, 2009
MSDE joins with the group America's Promise to co-sponsor a statewide Dropout Prevention Leadership Summit. The event at Randallstown High School in Baltimore County features representatives from all Maryland jurisdictions, in an effort to find new solutions to the problem.

2009-2010 Teachers of the Year, May 28, 2009
The Maryland State Board of Education meets and congratulates the 24 Maryland Teachers of the Year. In October, Maryland will select from this group a single Teacher of the Year to represent the state in the national competition.

News From the Board, May 27, 2009
News From The Board in May looks at the rapidly dwindling numbers of high school seniors still needing to meet High School Assessment requirements, five more plans for Alternative Governance in 3 school systems, a new Physical Education VSC, and student senators. It also includes the 2009-10 Maryland Teachers of the Year!

Comcast Parent Involvement Matters Award, May 8, 2009
Queen Anne's County's Wendy Panor wins the Parent Involvement Matters Award at a gala celebration in Columbia. Comcast and the State Department of Education host the evening -- held at Columbia's Wilde Lake High School -- honoring and featuring proud parents from across Maryland.

News From The Board, March 24, 2009
Board News in March features an update on the remaining high school seniors facing an HSA deadline; a report from Early Childhood on the progress of the Maryland Model for School Readiness, and some great moments with the Milken winners, the Superintendent of the Year, and more.

Special Session, March 11, 2009
In a special session called by the Maryland Board of Education, the Board and MSDE talk through the 7-point plan laid out by the Governor at the February meeting.

News From The Board, February 24, 2009
News From The Board features a visit from Governor Martin O'Malley as he unveils a seven-point plan for education in Maryland. Also, Maryland's policy on bullying, and Board Briefs includes fine moments with Dr. Lelia Allen and philanthropist and Whiting Turner CEO Willard Hackerman.

News From The Board, January 27, 2009
Board News in January looks briefly at the results of a study by MGT of America on the effect of increased aid to education in Maryland. Also, an upbeat report by Baltimore schools CEO Andres Alonso, and the 'budget ride' as only Budget Director Steve Brooks can describe it.

Maryland #1!, January 7, 2009
Education Week, the premier education journal, ranks Maryland #1 in the nation in its annual 'Quality Counts' survey. And MGT of America reports the money and accountability Maryland funnels toward education are producing results.

News From The Board, December 17, 2008
Board News in December defines the requirements for an HSA waiver, and looks at a successful Bridge Plan in Charles County, teacher staffing, Master Plan updates, and Title 1 and Blue Ribbon honorees!

Harford County Teacher Wins $25,000 Milken Award, November 20, 2008
Harford County's Christian Slattery, a vocal music teacher at Hall's Cross Roads Elementary in Aberdeen, Maryland, wins a $25,000 no-strings-attached National Award from the Milken Family Foundation. See the surprise announcement and Slattery's reaction!

Comcast & MSDE Launch Parent Involvement Matters Awards, November 19, 2008
Comcast and MSDE team for the 2nd year in a row to launch the Parent Involvement Matters Awards. Nominations are now open to all Maryland parents. A parent representative from every school system in the state will honored next spring, with one overall winner chosen to represent Maryland.

News From The Board, October 30, 2008
News From The Board in October consists of the debate surrounding the High School Assessments. Superintendents Andres Alonso, Jerry Weast, Joe Hairston, Dep. Sup't. William Hite, and former Superintendent Carl Roberts appeared before the State Board. The Board rejected a motion to delay the HSA's by one year.

Master Plan Updates, October 29, 2008
This video illustrates the process of preparing and reviewing annual updates to Master Plans by Maryland school systems and MSDE. It was prepared for new members of the State Board and shown at the October meeting.

News From The Board, September 23, 2008
September's Board News include a thorough history and discussion of the High School Assessments, one month before this year's results are due. Also included, Maryland considers pre-school for all children, and Board Briefs.

News from the Board, August 26, 2008
News from the Board in August takes a look at the MSA success story in 2008, the challenges of the High School Assessments, and more great news regarding scores on both Advanced Placement and ACT tests.

News From The Board, July 15, 2008
News From The Board in July celebrates the across-the-board improvement on the 2007-2008 Maryland School Assessments. Also: new Board members and more.

News From The Board, June 24, 2008
Board News in June takes a look at 'The Critical Middle,' a report on middle school, celebrates elementary school Principals of the Year, highlights a Frederick County high schooler's award in literature, and recognizes Comcast Parent Involvement award winners.

Summit for School Safety Solutions, June 3, 2008
State Schools Superintendent Dr. Nancy Grasmick and Rep. Elijah Cummings convene a summit on school safety. The day-long conference at UMBC draws educators, law enforcement and national experts to discuss solutions to safety issues in schools.

Teachers of the Year, 2008-2009, May 29, 2008
Here are the 2008-2009 Maryland Teachers of the Year from all school jurisdictions, as they appeared before the Maryland State Board of Education.

News From The Board, May 28, 2008
Board News in May features the 2008-2009 Teachers of the Year. It also includes alternative governance plans, fine arts, professional development, personal awards and goodbyes to several prominent educators.

News From The Board, April 28, 2008
Rebecca Bell 'greens' the Board, it approves restructuring plans for nine schools in three systems, discusses the Task Force report on African American males, and Rocco Aiello of St. Mary's County wins a national award. All in Board News April.

Safe, Fair, & Sober - The Danger of Steroids, April 18, 2008
Brenda Marrero of Vacaville, California, who lost her son to steroid abuse, warns of the dangers at 'Safe, Fair, and Sober.' Orioles' 2nd baseman Brian Roberts also talks candidly to high school students at the conference in Timonium.

Comcast Parent Involvement Matters Awards, April 17, 2008
Comcast and the Maryland State Department of Education partner to honor 23 parents from around the state nominated for their service to school and community. See the announcement in Annapolis of the inaugural Comcast Parent Involvement Matters winner!

Cecil Elementary-Blue Ribbon School, April 15, 2008
Cecil Elementary welcomes Governor Martin O'Malley, State Schools Superintendent Nancy Grasmick and Baltimore City Schools CEO Andres Alonso. All celebrate Cecil's status as one of six Maryland Blue Ribbon schools.

News From The Board, March 25, 2008
In March, the Board approved alternative governance plans for nine Prince George's County schools, honored Anne Arundel County science teacher Wendy Scheleur, and MSDE's own Glennor Shirley. Action items included the fall athletic season, the High School Assessments and more.

News From The Board, February 26, 2008
The Board approves the restructuring plan for Annapolis High School, gets a briefing on BRAC, good news performance news regarding the Advanced Placement tests taken by high school seniors, and Baltimore City's annual report. All now in widescreen 16:9.

News From The Board, January 29, 2008
Recognition of Maryland's Top 3 finish in Education Week's 'Quality Counts' survey, the interim report on 'Bridge To Excellence' funding, expanded kindergarten proposals, and Milken winners top January's News From The Board.

Maryland Quality Lauded by Education Week, January 10, 2008
In the 12th annual 'Quality Counts' survey, the periodical Education Week ranks Maryland in the top three states. The national education newspaper says Maryland, Massachusetts and New York "lead the pack."

News From The Board, December 20, 2007
Highlights of News From the Board in December include Dr. Nancy Grasmick's contract renewal, preliminary approval of Master Plans for all school systems, a discussion of disabled athletes, Distinguished Title 1 schools, and Maryland's Superintendent of the Year, Harford County's Jacqueline Haas! (Presented (in WMV) for the first time in Widescreen).

News From The Board, September 25, 2007
News From The Board in September involves a robust discussion of the HSA's; the results, the Bridge Plan, and the options.

News From The Board, August 28, 2007
News from the Board highlights the High School Assessment scores, and a new Bridge Plan to help students having difficulty. Also featured: the report from the English Composition Task Force, USHYEE, and hear from Miriam Silverman celebrating her 90th birthday!

High School Assessments: How Charles County Is Helping Students, August 18, 2007
Visit Westlake High School for conversations with students, teachers, the principal and Charles County educators. They'll provide an inside-the-classroom look at a positive and proactive plan to help students pass the High School Assessments.

News From The Board, July 24, 2007
Board News in July features four new members, and a new President and Vice President. Washington County Superintendent Dr. Elizabeth Morgan's talk about the HSA's, a skit about Maryland History Day, persistently dangerous schools, and Steve Brooks' new job, among other things also are featured.

News From The Board, June 26, 2007
Students continue to improve scores on the Maryland School Assessment tests. That highlights News From The Board in June, along with an update on Reading First, and appearances by superintendents from Prince George's and Harford counties to talk about the HSA's. Also, student artwork adorns the windows along Baltimore Street, and the Board bids farewell to four departing members.

News From The Board, May 30, 2007
News From The Board in May features presentations on the High School Assessments by Superintendents Carl Roberts of Cecil County, and Kevin Maxwell of Anne Arundel. Also, among other items, the Board recognizes all two dozen new Maryland Teachers of the Year!

Comics In The Classroom, May 3, 2007
Fourth graders from George Lisby Elementary at Hillsdale in Harford County visit the Geppi Entertainment Museum downtown by Camden Yards, as Schools Superintendent Nancy Grasmick launches the "Comics In The Classroom" initiative.

News From The Board, April 24, 2007
News From The Board in April opens with presentations from Baltimore and Montgomery counties regarding the High School Assessments. Also, hear from 'Bay Ambassadors' at Pot Spring Elementary, updates on libraries and computer technology in schools, and a special recognition for Charlie Benjamin of OSTC.

News From The Board, March 27, 2007
Board News in March opens with an engaging presentation from Charles County on the High School Assessments. Also: PSAT's & AP courses, the success of Early Childhood Education, student delegates to the U.S. Senate from Severna Park and Burtonsville, and the Chinese Guest Teacher program in St. Mary's County.

News From The Board, February 28, 2007
A lengthy discussion on the High School Assessments tops Board News in February. Also included, a new professional development guide, a 'Librarian of the Year,' and a retrospective on the long and distinguished career of the late Walter Sondheim, Jr.

Pride Re-Launch at Fallston High School, February 22, 2007
Join world champion figure skater Kimmie Meissner and other education role models at Fallston High School as they watch five new public service television spots re-launching Maryland's Pride in Public Schools campaign.

Port Curriculum, February 20, 2007
MSDE unveils the new Port of Baltimore History Curriculum at Crofton Woods Elementary School. The effort, in cooperation with the Port of Baltimore Tricentennial Committee, celebrates 300 years with plans for the launch of courses in Social Studies/History, Environmental Science, Geography, and Economics.

News From The Board, January 30, 2007
A visit by the Baltimore City CEO, Project "Lead The Way," the Superintendent of the Year, and an interim report on the "Bridge To Excellence" highlights Board News in January.
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News From the Board, December 13, 2006
Board News in December features highlights of the following: winning moments and comments from the two Maryland teachers who won Milken National Educator Awards; updates on Technology, Master Plans, Early Childhood, a long-awaited task force report on African American males, and a delightful visit from the National Teacher of the Year.

'Live It' Diet & Nutrition Campaign Launch, November 14, 2006
Enjoy the Baltimore Ravens' Todd Heap, see Maryland Schools Superintendent Nancy Grasmick exercising with students, and watch the Orioles Bird goofing in a stadium packed with students for the launch of the 'Live It' campaign.

High School Assessments: What You Should Know, November 2, 2006
This video explains the High School Assessments. It details what they are, the scores needed to pass, and why they are necessary. It is intended as a tool for parents, teachers, and students.

News From The Board, October 24, 2006
Board News in October features reports on teaching staffing, online learning, HSA courses online, AYP, and Principals of the Year.

News From the Board, September 26, 2006
Recognition for two student winners of Maryland & National History Day Awards tops September's Board News. There are updates as well on Technology Literacy, Baltimore City's Facilities Master Plan, and other exciting items from Board Briefs.

Dr. Grasmick and First Lady Kendel Ehrlich Visit Montebello ES, September 18, 2006
State Schools Superintendent Dr. Nancy Grasmick welcomes First Lady Kendel L. Ehrlich for a visit to Montebello Elementary School.

Career, Choices, and the High School Assessments, September 8, 2006
Dr. Nancy Grasmick visits North Point High School in Charles County to talk with students. The give-and-take includes career choices, courses, the High School Assessments and more.

News From The Board, August 29, 2006
A visit by Governor Robert L. Ehrlich, Jr. highlights the one-day meeting of the State Board in August. He proposes merit pay for teachers, and a professional development program for principals.

First Day of School, Prince George's County, August 21, 2006
Students at Rosa Parks Elementary in Hyattsville and Dr. Henry A. Wise, Jr. High School in Upper Marlboro head to classes to open the 2006-2007 school year. Maryland Governor Robert L. Ehrlich, Jr. and State Schools Superintendent Nancy S. Grasmick visit, and a new member of the state board of education is named.
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DORS Helps Eastern Shore Farmer With Disability, August 16, 2006
Travel to the tiny Eastern Shore town of Eden, just south of Salisbury, to see how the Division of Rehabilitation Services (DORS) has helped James 'JR' McGrath. He suffered a severe accident on his 100-year old family farm two years ago, but still is able to run it with the help of DORS, a division of the Maryland State Department of Education.

New Teacher Induction, Baltimore County, August 15, 2006
Baltimore County hosts its New Teacher Induction Program at Randallstown High School. More than 800 teachers participate in introductory professional development sessions to prepare them for the new school year.

A Conversation With Teachers, August 1, 2006
Maryland Schools Superintendent Nancy Grasmick and National Teacher of the Year Kim Oliver visit teachers at Loch Raven Technical Academy in Baltimore County during Teacher Appreciation Week this spring. Some of that conversation was recorded and is presented here.

Maryland Offers Alternative to High School Assessments, July 26, 2006
The Maryland State Department of Education, with the preliminary approval of the U.S. Department of Education, this fall offers high school students another option for passing HSA's. The announcement is made by Maryland Schools Superintendent Nancy S. Grasmick at Watkins Mill High School in Montgomery County.
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News From The Board, July 18, 2006
News From The Board in July focuses on the efforts to improve education in Baltimore city and welcomes new interim CEO Charlene Cooper Boston.
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News From The Board, June 20, 2006
June News From The Board features the release of MSA scores, which improved in each of the two dozen Maryland school systems, an update on the growing list of charter schools in Maryland, a Social Studies curriculum, promotions within MSDE, and more.
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News From The Board, May 23, 2006
The presentation of Maryland 2006-2007 Teachers of the Year highlights May Board News! See your local winner. Hear about the state's preparation for a possible flu pandemic and a shortage of principals. As well, meet the two students who represented Maryland's Youth Senate program and the teachers who won Presidential Awards in Math and Science.
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Teachers of the Year @ Camden Yards, May 13, 2006
The 2005-2006 Teachers of the Year end their reign in Maryland with a visit to see the Orioles at Camden Yards. The current Maryland and National Teacher of the Year, Kim Oliver of Montgomery County, throws out the first pitch.
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Maryland Celebrates Kim Oliver, National Teacher of the Year, May 1, 2006
Maryland Governor Robert L. Ehrlich, Jr., State Schools Superintendent Nancy S. Grasmick and others welcome Montgomery County's Kim Oliver, just named National Teacher of the Year, to Annapolis. The music is by the Bethesda Chevy Chase High School strings.
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News From the Board, April 25, 2006
News From The Board welcomes Olympian and World Champion figure skater, Kimmie Meissner! The Fallston High School junior won the world title in Calgary, Alberta. Her performance and remarks from Kimmie herself, highlight the April board meeting.
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News From The Board, March 29, 2006
In March, News From The Board outlines corrective actions and measures to improve achievement in Baltimore City schools. It applauds the success of the Crossroads school, and Board Briefs highlights more topics including 'Superintendent of the Year'.
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Dr. Grasmick Visits Child Care Center, March 27, 2006
Dr. Grasmick visits Downtown Baltimore Child Care, Inc. with Assistant Superintendent Rolf Grafwallner. Executive Director Margo Sipes emphasizes the three things parents should look for in child care, and Dr. Grasmick the importance of early learning in preparing children for school.
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News From The Board, February 28, 2006
Board News in February highlights Maryland's remarkable performance on National Assessments, the latest on American Sign Language, Early Childhood, and a celebration of two National Distinguished Title 1 schools.
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News From the Board, January 25, 2006
Board News in January highlights the annual report from Baltimore City, and questioning from board members regarding financial accountability, facilities, and other issues. Also in the news, the Social Studies VSC, professional development in Washington County, MASC, the Principals' Academy, and Principals of the Year.
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Secretary Spellings Proposes NCLB Change, December 14, 2005
U.S. Secretary of Education Margaret Spellings, accompanied by Maryland Schools Superintendent Nancy Grasmick, visits Guilford Elementary School in Columbia, Howard County. Spellings announces a proposal to change regulations regarding Special Education students and No Child Left Behind.
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Superintendent Comments on Master Plan & Baltimore City, December 7, 2005
Dr. Nancy Grasmick spoke with reporters today regarding the rejection of Baltimore City's Master Plan update at the December 6th meeting of the Maryland State Board of Education.
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News From The Board, December 6, 2005
News from the Board in December highlights the Master Plan updates (two of 24 systems must rework their plans), charter schools, and Board Briefs.
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'I Want To Know' Campaign Re-Launch, November 28, 2005
First Lady Kendel S. Ehrlich and Maryland Schools Superintendent Nancy Grasmick visit Loch Raven High School in Baltimore County to re-launch the 'I Want To Know' campaign. It asks that students sign a pledge to communicate openly with their parents and avoid smoking, alcohol and illegal drugs.
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Citigroup 'Friends of Maryland Education' 2005, November 15, 2005
Citigroup and the Maryland State Department of Education announce the five "Friends of Maryland Education" awards for 2005. The event includes comments from all the winners at the Renaissance Harborplace Hotel.
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Milken Award Winner, October 28, 2005
Kelly Smith of Dulaney High School in Baltimore County wins the $25,000 Milken Award from the Milken Family Foundation. Smith, an educator for 18 years, chairs the English Department at Dulaney. The 'no-strings-attached' award is one of 100 given to teachers across America each year.
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News From The Board, October 26, 2005
News From the Board features the First Lady of Maryland Kendel S. Ehrlich speaking about the Maryland Adolescent Survey, the Maryland Cares Campaign, the Baltimore City audit settlement, changes in interscholastic athletic travel and more.
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Maryland Children Give 1.3 Million for Katrina Aid, October 17, 2005
Maryland students collect $1.3 million dollars to aid the relief effort for victims of Hurricane Katrina. The campaign, a first-of-its-kind effort, was called the Maryland Kids Care Campaign. Dr. Nancy Grasmick announced the results at Bollman Bridge Elementary in Howard County.
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News From The Board, September 26, 2005
News From the Board features MSDE's effort to help victims of hurricane Katrina, and to target Katrina Relief aid to schools in the stricken area. Also featured: updates on Service Learning, Career & Technology, the Principals' Academy, and the changes surrounding the division of Early Childhood Development.
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Maryland Partners With Italian Embassy, September 14, 2005
The state partners with the Italian embassy to promote the teaching of Italian in Maryland schools. The signing ceremony takes place at Patapsco High School in Baltimore County.
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Dr. Grasmick Visits Furman Templeton Elementary, September 1, 2005
Dr. Grasmick salutes the success of Furman Templeton Elementary in Baltimore City. The school is one of three Edison Partnership schools (Furman Templeton, Gilmor, & Montibello Elementaries) that have made dramatic improvements. Furman Templeton and Montibello left the school improvement list this year. Gilmor will move off the list next year if it makes Adequate Yearly Progress.
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News From The Board, August, August 30, 2005
The Governor's visit to MSDE regarding Special Education in Baltimore City highlights Board News in August. Other items include HSA results, M-PAC's final report, a BCPS update, and Board Briefs.
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Dr. Grasmick Visits Scotts Branch Elementary, August 29, 2005
Dr. Grasmick visits Scotts Branch Elementary on the first day of school in Baltimore County. She congratulates students on their success on the Maryland School Assessments.
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Dr. Grasmick Visits Glenarden Woods Elementary, August 22, 2005
Dr. Grasmick visits Glenarden Woods Elementary on the first day of school in Prince George's County. MSDE PRIDE in Public Schools spokesperson Marina Harrison also is featured.
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Dr. Grasmick Welcomes Dr. Harry Fogle, August 22, 2005
Maryland Schools Superintendent Nancy S. Grasmick names Dr. Harry Fogle, a highly respected special educator from Carroll County, to lead the MSDE team to improve special education in Baltimore City. Her comments were made at Glenarden Woods Elementary, on the first day of school in Prince George's County
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News From The Board, July 19, 2005
Maryland names six Baltimore schools 'persistently dangerous,' requiring them to develop corrective action plans immediately and offer parents the option of transferring their children. The Maryland State Department of Education wins national praise for alignment with No Child Left Behind. MSDE also outlines its Strategic Plan, and Board Briefs includes the election of officers.
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Rehabilitation Services, July 19, 2005
This video highlights the work of MSDE's Division of Rehabilitation Services (DORS). A critical component within MSDE, DORS provides career guidance and assessment, vocational training, job placement and numerous support services to Maryland citizens with disabilities. DORS places the highest priority on serving high school students with disabilities who are transitioning from school to work, higher education or vocational training.
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MSDE Strategic Goals, July 19, 2005
State Schools Superintendent Nancy Grasmick outlines the goals of the Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE) for the next five years. As you'll see in this video, everyone at MSDE has a part in making Maryland a national leader in public education.
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MSDE Correctional Education, July 19, 2005
This video highlights Maryland's Correctional Education program; in particular, the story of two men and how they are helped as they work within the program. It also focuses on MSDE's educational role at the Hickey School.
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Public Libraries, July 19, 2005
Check out the services public libraries perform in Maryland. A new statewide library card is the latest addition by MSDE's Division of Library Development and Services (DLDS), which outlines its goals for the coming years.
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News From The Board, June 28, 2005
MSA results, updates on Fine Arts, Social Studies and Baltimore City, an employee who retires after 36 years, and a goodbye to 2 board members highlight Board News in June.
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The Alternate Maryland School Assessment, June 7, 2005
This video explains the procedures and rationale for the administration of the Alternate Maryland School Assessment, or Alt-MSA. Unlike the standard Maryland School Assessment, the Alt-MSA is administered over a period of months to approximately 5,000 Maryland students. Co-hosts Martin Kehe and Sharon Hall of the Maryland State Department of Education deliver the instructions in an easy-to-watch format that can be downloaded and easily saved to your desktop.
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News From The Board, May 24, 2005
Teachers of the Year, charter schools, Chesapeake Bay Teachers of the Year, early admission to kindergarten, a science curriculum, Principals of the Year, and a Lifetime Achievement Award from the national PTA; all highlight a Board session jammed with issues, people and good music.
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Maryland Wins $2.5 Million for Advanced Placement, May 13, 2005
Maryland wins $2.5 million dollars over three years for its winning grant application for Advanced Placement courses. U.S. Deputy Education Secretary Nina Rees comes toting a check, and the state is all smiles.
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I Want To Know/Live Clean, May 11, 2005
At a Wilde Lake High School pep rally, Maryland's Teen Advisory Council launches a campaign for 2005-2006 called 'I Want To Know/Live Clean.' It encourages parent/student communication about underage drinking and substance abuse.
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The Nancy S. Grasmick State Education Building, April 27, 2005
Governor Robert L. Ehrlich surprises State Schools Superintendent Nancy S. Grasmick with the announcement the State Education building on Baltimore Street has been renamed in her honor. See the moment, some funny asides with the Governor and Comptroller, and the photo essay courtesy of MSDE's Lynda Lowry and Bill Reinhard.
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Statewide Library Card, April 7, 2005
Maryland's public libraries have now issued a statewide library card. It's called the MPOWER card, and it's good at any of the 174 libraries throughout the state. Here's a look at its introduction at the new Odenton branch in Anne Arundel County.
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News From The Board, April 19, 2005
A teacher at the Hickey School saves a co-worker's life, beautiful pictures of award-winning student writers and Service Stars, a "1st in the nation" statewide library card, a science debate and music, all in April's News From The Board!
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'Take 15 for the Health of It', March 24, 2005
'Take 15 for the Health Of It' is a statewide initiative to help Maryland schools and families better focus on nutrition, exercise, and good health. The kickoff included the First Lady of Maryland, Kendel Ehrlich, at Hereford Middle School in Baltimore County.
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News From The Board, March 22, 2005
Miss Maryland USA gets competitive, student delegates tell funny stories, and a bit of business thrown in highlight the board report in March.
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M-PAC Forums, M-PAC History, March 18, 2005
This video traces the history of Maryland's Parent Advisory Council (M-PAC). State Schools Superintendent Nancy S. Grasmick created M-PAC in 2003. In the days and weeks ahead, M-PAC's preliminary recommendations on how best to get parents more involved in the education of their children will be presented in all 24 Maryland school districts. The video has an introduction by M-PAC President Esther Parker.
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News From The Board, February 22, 2005
Maryland's Parent Advisory Council tops News From The Board in February. Also, details regarding changes in graduation requirements, the HSA's, and NCLB.
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Pilot African American Curriculum, February 2, 2005
MSDE TV visits the class of Cliff Coulter at Joppatowne Elementary in Harford County. He teaches a lesson from the new pilot African American curriculum. Joppatowne Elementary is one of a number of schools where the pilot curriculum is now being used.
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News From The Board, January 25, 2005
Student semi-finalists, Ed Root, Advanced Placement, and Milken Award winners provide highlights to the first Board meeting of the new year.
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News From The Board, December 7, 2004
See the winning moment when MSDE's Marina Harrison is crowned "Miss Maryland USA," her appearance before the Board, and the rest of the Board News including a meeting at the new African American Museum in Baltimore.
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2004 Friends of Maryland Education, November 15, 2004
Citigroup and the Maryland State Department of Education honor five "Friends of Maryland Education." The awards are in these five categories: Individual, Freeman Hrabowski; Organization, Maryland Business Roundtable for Education; Media/Broadcast, Comcast MD/DE; Media/Print, Diamond Comic Distributors; and Government, Sen. Paul Sarbanes. Music by the Pikesville High School String Ensemble.
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News From The Board!, October 26, 2004
Four 'Ed's' make news in the Board Room, music accompanies Master Plans, and Ronn gets a "Little Help from His Friends."
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Dr. Grasmick Receives Woodrow Wilson Award, October 22, 2004
The Johns Hopkins University Alumni Association presents Dr. Nancy Grasmick with its Woodrow Wilson Award for Distinguished Government Service. Past recipients of the award include Surgeon General Antonia Novello, Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, and NAACP President Kweisi Mfume.
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Maryland's Parent Advisory Council, October 13, 2004
Adam Kernan-Schloss outlines the goals of Maryland's Parent Advisory Council (M-PAC). The video includes the first-ever meeting of M-PAC led by Dr. Nancy Grasmick.
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First Day of School, Baltimore City, September 7, 2004
Excited students get a story surprise at Mt. Washington Elementary on the first Day of school in Mrs. Goldman's class. They learn that things are not always what they seem.
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News from the Board, September 28, 2004
MSA scores for grades 4,6, & 7, a Baltimore schools update, and new faces at MSDE. Ed Root spouts acronyms. Music to boot.
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GED Online!, September 1, 2004
The Maryland State Department of Education has launched GED Online! It's a new option for those preparing for GED tests. GED graduates talk about their experiences and the President of Phillips Foods talks about the benefits of the GED program. GED Online! begins in September in Calvert, Charles, Queen Anne's, and St. Mary's counties.
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First Day of School & Pride Launch, August 30, 2004
MSDE launches the "PRIDE: Maryland Public Schools" campaign with first-day-of-school visits to Padonia International Elementary in Baltimore County, and Solley Elementary in Anne Arundel County. We talk with parents, students, and see the new Pride public service announcements produced by Comcast!
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News From The Board, August 24, 2004
The Board looks closely at the new law to 'follow the dollar' in the local school systems. It places 16 Baltimore schools on probation because of statistics pointing toward a 'persistently dangerous' designation. Restructuring, and Board Briefs round out the report.
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News From The Board, July 21, 2004
The investigative panel reports its findings on the Baltimore City school budget deficit. The Board elects new officers, and the Board sets standards for the Maryland School Assessment.

Summer Teacher Institute, African American Curriculum, June 30, 2004
More than a hundred teachers from around the state gather at the Tremont Plaza Hotel for a three-day Summer Teacher Institute. The purpose is to review and become familiar with the new African American Curriculum, being piloted this fall in select Maryland schools.
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Charter Schools Announcement, June 22, 2004
The United States Department of Education announces a $3.8 million grant, the first installment in a three-year plan to federally fund charter schools in Maryland. Maryland Governor Robert L. Ehrlich, Jr. and State Schools Superintendent Nancy Grasmick accept. Music provided by the string ensemble of the state's only public charter school to date, Monocacy Valley Montessori Public Charter School.
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State Celebrates Advanced Placement Gains, June 18, 2004
Maryland celebrates the increasing participation by minorities in Advanced Placement courses. Governor Robert L. Ehrlich, Jr., State Superintendent Nancy S. Grasmick, and College Board President Gaston Caperton join student Melissa Lugo in a statehouse ceremony.
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News From The Board, June 15, 2004
Highlights of the June meeting include very promising results of the 2nd administration of the Maryland School Assessment, the debate and final vote to link High School Assessments to a Maryland diploma, this year's Regina Milio Scholars, and other assorted news items.
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Harcourt Achieve Book Donation, May 25, 2004
The publisher, Harcourt Achieve donates books to Maryland schools through the Achievement Initiative for Maryland Minority Students (AIMMS) program. Students celebrate on a scorcher of a day at Woodmoor Elementary in Baltimore County.
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News From The Board, May 25, 2004
The debate over passing High School Assessments draws scores of public speakers, the Board cancels a contract, and we get an update on Maryland Summer Centers. But the highlight is two dozen candidates for Maryland Teacher of the Year.
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Harvest for the Hungry, May 20, 2004
A string ensemble from Leonardtown High School in St. Mary's County serenaded students gathered to celebrate a record-setting Harvest for the Hungry food drive. The winners of a newly instituted writing contest talked about their projects against the beautiful backdrop inside the Statehouse.
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Teacher Appreciation Day at Norwood Elementary, May 5, 2004
Principal Harry Walker welcomes State Superintendent Nancy Grasmick and Baltimore County Superintendent Joe Hairston for a Teacher Appreciation Assembly during Teacher Appreciation Week. The students however, steal the show.

News From The Board, April 20, 2004
Ten high school seniors appear before the Board to collect writing prizes, the Phoenix project churns out more renovated computers, Baltimore City updates how it's handling its budget shortfall, and we hear from the Maryland Historical Society, where day two of the Board meetings were held. Also, the Board celebrates 'Brown vs. Board' and the Environmental 'Teacher of the Year.'
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Family Involvement Conference, April 20, 2004
Hundreds of people gather from around the state to share ideas on how to keep parents, students, teachers, and administrators involved in school improvement.

HSA: Test Administration & Coordination, April 14, 2004
MSDE's Assessment Branch Operations Manager Martin Kehe guides teachers through the steps of administering HSA's. Students from James Hubert Blake High School in Montgomery County provide help and humor.
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Principals' Academy, April 5, 2004
This look inside the Principals' Academy focuses on Joe Buckley, Principal at Bohemia Manor Middle School in Cecil County. The Academy itself is in its third year of operation. It invites 150 Maryland principals each year to share ideas, develop leadership skills, and continue the professional learning experience throughout the year.
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News From The Board, February 24, 2004
A revised plan for linking the High School Assessments to a single Maryland diploma, the Baltimore City Schools budget crisis, a demonstration, and a partnership highlight Board News.
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News From The Board, January 27, 2004
The session, abbreviated by the weather, includes updates on the budget for Baltimore City schools, Master Plans from all 24 school systems, school-related legislation pending in Annapolis, and High School Assessments.
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Maryland Literacy Day, January 23, 2004
Governor Robert L. Ehrlich reads to children as he, Dr. Benjamin Carson and State Schools Superintendent Nancy S. Grasmick speak at Hilltop Elementary in Anne Arundel County. Lt. Governor Michael Steele is joined by Dr. A. Skipp Sanders at Dallas F. Nicholas Elementary in Baltimore City.
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MSA Test Coordination & Administration, January 15, 2004
This video is designed to help test coordinators and examiners become familiar with details of this year's test administration. Thanks to participants including Mars Estates Elementary, Wilde Lake Middle, and Sollers Point Technical High School.
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African American Curriculum Unveiled, December 17, 2003
MSDE and the Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History and Culture unveil the Learning Resource curriculum. Comments from Maryland Schools Superintendent Nancy S. Grasmick, Museum Board Chair George L. Russell, Jr., and Charles Christian, of the University of Maryland College Park. Music by Tanya Ellis.
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Board Video, March 30, 2004
Board News March highlights include awards for Dr. Nancy Grasmick, Montgomery County Superintendent Dr. Jerry Weast, and the Secondary Social Studies Teacher of the Year. Also, updates on reading research by Kennedy Krieger and from MSDE on Early Childhood Education. Finally, comments from students delegates to the U.S. Youth Senate program, Dr. Freeman Hrabowski, and Miss Maryland, 2003, Marina Harrison.
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News from the Board, December 2, 2003
The Board debates High School Assessments and considers newly introduced "multiple diploma options." It also hears about the budget, master plans, and recognizes Milken Award winners.
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William Winchester Elementary, November 26, 2003
William Winchester Elementary is a Title One school in Westminster, Carroll County. An "all-inclusion" school, 53 of its 435 students have disabilities. Yet the entire school has made Adequate Yearly Progress in reading and math, due to a multiple-strategy, focused approach.
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M-PAC Inaugural Meeting, November 19, 2003
Maryland's Parent Advisory Council (M-PAC) holds its inaugural meeting at Perry Hall Middle School. This statewide group of parents and advocates was appointed by Maryland Schools Superintendent Nancy S. Grasmick. Its mission is to study parent involvement issues ranging from policy to implementation.
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Five Friends of Maryland Education Named, November 10, 2003
Citigroup and the Maryland State Department of Education name five "2003 Friends of Maryland Education." They include Maryland Comptroller William Donald Schaefer, Johns Hopkins surgeon Dr. Ben Carson, the Maryland PTA, NBC 25 in Hagerstown, and The Daily Record. Citigroup contributes $100,000 to Maryland high schools.
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News From The Board, October 28, 2003
Dr. John Smeallie, updates on Baltimore City's corrective action plan, Career Clusters, and plans for a HOUSSE highlight October news.
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Century High School Principal Wins Milken Award, October 16, 2003
Century High School science teacher Karen Luniewski wins $25,000 as a Milken Family Foundation National Educator recipient for 2003-2004. State Superintendent Nancy S. Grasmick makes the surprise announcement in the school gymnasium.
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Calvert Middle School Principal Wins Milken Award, October 14, 2003
Principal Deborah Grinnage-Pulley wins $25,000 as a Milken Family Foundation National Educator recipient for 2003-2004. State Superintendent Nancy S. Grasmick makes the surprise announcement in the school gymnasium.
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MASC Meeting, October 8, 2003
Students from across the State of Maryland meet to attend workshops and discuss issues of importance. Soundbites include Patrick O'Brien, President of the St. Mary's Association of Student Councils and Renata Allen, SGA President at Baltimore Polytechnic Institute.
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News From The Board, September 26, 2003
The Principal Fellows program, HSA performance standards, Maryland Report Card, budget, teacher staffing, NCLB, SAT's, a drug survey, and an appearance by First Lady Kendel Ehrlich all highlight the board report.
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News From The Board, September 23, 2003
Video from Tropical Storm Isabel, Board action regarding the storm, a "healthy schools" update, bright young student leaders, and a South African delegation highlight the agenda.
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Maryland Wins $65.8 Million "Reading First" Grant, September 5, 2003
Students from Logan Elementary in Baltimore County join education officials and State Superintendent Nancy Grasmick for the announcement of the grant by Eugene Hickok, Acting Deputy Secretary of the United States Department of Education.
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First Day of School, Baltimore City, September 2, 2003
Students at Langston Hughes and Harlem Park Elementaries, and Southside and New Era Academies receive visitors and start classes on the first day of school.
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First Day of School, August 25, 2003
Ninth grade students talk about brand-new New Town High School (Baltimore County), Deep Run Elementary students and parents celebrate (Howard County), and Perry Hall High freshmen begin their high school careers.
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"Back To School, 2003", August 24, 2003
The "Back To School, 2003" video illustrates some of the changes of No Child Left Behind. It stars Jillian McSweegan, freshman at South River High; Sherrie McSweegan, teacher at Crofton Woods Elementary; and Rusty Valentine, Assistant Principal at Parkville High. Videotaped, August, 2003.
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News From The Board, July 22, 2003
The Board welcomes three new members, hold elections, and sets performance standards for the Maryland School Assessment test. It also works to help teachers reach "highly qualified" status, establishes charter school guidelines, and lists corrective actions for Baltimore schools.
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High School Improvement Institute, July 11, 2003
MSDE conducts its sixth annual High School Improvement Institute in June, sponsored by Citigroup. Educators at Meade High School in Anne Arundel County explain the concept and how it has helped them.
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New Distinguished Principals, June 30, 2003
MSDE introduces its two new Principal Fellows, Dr. Mary Minter (William Paca Elementary in Baltimore City) and Paul Dunford (Walkersville Middle in Frederick County). After stiff competition, both won contracts of $125,000 annually for three years to turn around poor performing Baltimore schools.
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Tribute to Walter Sondheim, June 25, 2003
This tribute was presented to Baltimore icon Walter Sondheim upon his retirement from the Maryland State Board of Education. A historical view of his life and achievements as he tells it, it includes comments from Governor William Donald Schaefer and State Schools Superintendent Nancy Grasmick.
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News From The Board, June 25, 2003
The board prepares to set test scoring standards and addresses student safety issues. Teacher certification rules are amended. Baltimore Mayor Martin O'Malley speaks to city school issues, and the Board says goodbye to Walter Sondheim.
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SSA Donates Computers to Maryland Students, June 5, 2003
The Social Security Administration donates 400 laptop and 200 desktop computers to Maryland. Hear from students, Commissioner Jo Anne Barnhart, State Schools Superintendent Nancy Grasmick and Baltimore Mayor Martin O'Malley.
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Northrop Grumman Engineering Scholars, May 28, 2003
Meet and hear from the 1st annual class of Northrop Grumman Engineering Scholars. Each of the two dozen high schools seniors has won $10,000, no strings attached, to study engineering in college.
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News from the Board May - Teachers of the Year 2003-04, May 23, 2003
The latest NFTB includes critical news on High School Assessments and Edison Schools in Baltimore. Then view all two dozen Teachers of the Year for 2003-04. Music background provided by the Dumbarton String Ensemble.
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Division of Rehabilitation Services, May 13, 2003
This video features the stories of two recent DORS graduates, Sherria Young and Joel Dubin, and details the array of opportunities afforded DORS participants.
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Division of Library Development & Services, May 13, 2003
MSDE TV visits the Severna Park and Bel Air branches, talks to patrons, and previews new services.
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Correctional Education Program, May 13, 2003
Hear student inmates talk about how Correctional Education has helped them learn job skills. See Howard Edwards and Joseph Barnes at their workplace, and the broad array of job skills offered by the Correctional Education Program as well as the challenges it faces.
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MSDE Strategic Goals 2003, May 12, 2003
The Maryland State Department of Education looks through the eyes of two promising students, Alexander Leight-Pappas of Baltimore Polytechnic Institute, and Victoria Lawrence of Pikesville High School, as it outlines in brief its strategic goals for the next five years.
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Teacher For A Day, May 7, 2003
In honor of Teacher Appreciation Week, State Schools Superintendent Nancy S. Grasmick and Deputy Superintendent Skipp Sanders teach a science class at Roland Park Elementary/Middle School.
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Teacher Appreciation Week, Rodgers Forge Elementary, May 2, 2003
The Dumbarton String Ensemble plays as Lt. Gov. Michael Steele, State Superintendent Nancy Grasmick, and Baltimore County Superintendent Joe Hairston pay tribute to teachers for Teacher Appreciation Week.
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News from the Board, April 29, 2003
The Board receives an update on new test standards and middle school reading. It also honors students who received the 2002 Achievement Award in Writing from the National Council of Teachers of English. And it recognized the contributions of MSDE's Jay Tucker.
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USDE Approves Maryland's Plan For NCLB, April 3, 2003
U.S. Education Secretary Rod Paige and Governor Robert Ehrlich join Maryland Schools Superintendent Nancy S. Grasmick to celebrate the approval of Maryland's compliance plan for No Child Left Behind. Hear the announcement, the reaction, and watch the Governor conduct the school band from Hillsmere Elementary in Annapolis.
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News from the Board, March 25, 2003
The Board hears a statewide school readiness report, receives positive news regarding the Maryland School Assessment, an update on "No Child Left Behind," snow day waivers, and elects a new Vice President.
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Governor Visits MSDE, March 24, 2003
Governor Robert Ehrlich Visits the Maryland State Department of Education to speak with employees. It's part of a tour of all state agencies planned during his first 100 days in office.
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Dr. Grasmick Statement Regarding War Concerns, March 20, 2003
Dr. Grasmick addresses the psychological effects of war on children, and what parents can do to help.
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MSDE Unveils On-line Teacher Certification Program., March 20, 2003
The Maryland State Department of Education launches on-line teacher certification with partners Prince George's County, the University of Maryland University College, and UMBC.
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Dr. Grasmick Reads Dr. Seuss, March 3, 2003
Dr. Grasmick reads to the children in the Open Door Program at Riderwood Elementary in Baltimore County. The event is part of "Read Across America" day.
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News from the Board, January 28, 2003
News from the Board, January 28, 29, 2003 A 'news-style' wrapup of Board issues discussed including safe school choice, achieving school readiness, and the city school budget. Also included; ceremonies recognizing the MAESP Principal and Assistant Principal of the Year, and guitar maker Paul Reed Smith.
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News from the Board, February 25, 2003
News from the Board, February 25-26, 2003. A wrapup of Board issues including, a remembrance of late Board Member Reginald Dunn, snow day issues, master plan, achievement gap, home instruction, teacher quality, and online technology report.
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Book Drive Benefits Prison Inmates, February 11, 2003
Students at La Plata High School in Charles County, Maryland conduct a book drive coordinated by the MSDE, to provide books to prison inmates and their children.
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Ben Carson Endowment at Magothy River Middle School, January 16, 2003
Dr. Ben Carson, head of Johns Hopkins department of Neurology, speaks to Magothy River Middle School students after the school's successful drive to establish a Carson Scholar endowmentDr. Ben Carson, head of Johns Hopkins department of Neurology, speaks to Magothy River Middle School students after the school's successful drive to establish a Carson Scholar endowment.
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Maryland Mentoring Month, January 8, 2003
MSDE and the Maryland Mentoring Partnership kick off Maryland Mentoring Month in January. Soundbites from Nancy Grasmick, Baltimore Raven Adalius Thomas, Corrections Secretary Stuart Simms, mentors and mentorees.
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Town Meeting, December 9, 2002
Dr. Grasmick holds a town meeting at the Anne Arundel County Board of Education. She takes questions from parents in a forum co-sponsored by Maryland PTA.
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African American Museum Groundbreaking, December 3, 2002
Officials speak about the significance of establishing a Maryland African American Museum of History and Culture at its groundbreaking.
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British Principals Visit, November 25, 2002
Headteacher Keith Sorrell, from Dudley, England visits Pikesville High. He's one of nine British headteachers (principals) who visited Baltimore area schools for ten days, to exchange ideas and learn best practices.
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Nancy Grasmick's Remarks to the Howard County Chamber of Commerce, November 13, 2002
Maryland Schools Superintendent Nancy S. Grasmick speaks to the chamber regarding the Maryland High School Assessments.
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Northrup Grumman Engineering Scholars, October 31, 2002
Northrop Grumman announces $240,000 in new, annual scholarships of $10,000 apiece to be awarded to 24 qualified high school seniors.
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Worcester County Educator Wins $25,000 Milken Award, October 30, 2002
Watch Terry Smith, a teacher at Buckingham Elementary, as she's surprised with the Milken Award at a school assembly. Video provided by the Communication Arts Class at Stephen Decatur High School.
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MSDE thanks the U.S. Department of Education, October 25, 2002
Dr. Grasmick thanks the USDE for help given Montgomery County as a result of the sniper crisis.
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Statement by Nancy Grasmick Regarding School Safety, October 23, 2002
Statement addresses school and parent concerns.
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Take 15 For The Family, October 18, 2002
MSDE launches a new initiative to remind parents to read and take part in school-related activities with their children 15 minutes per day. Prime Outlets and Port Discovery have joined to provide incentives for the program.
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Frederick County Educator Wins Teacher of the Year, October 11, 2002
See the drama unfold right at the start as Frederick County teacher Darren Ray Hornbeck is announced Maryland's Teacher of the Year 2002-2003. A recap of the evening at Martin's West is included.
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Harford County Educator Wins $25,000 Milken Award, October 8, 2002
See the winning moment as Reading Specialist Jennifer Palmer is surprised by the announcement at the school assembly.
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Career Changers Fair, September 28, 2002
Comments from Dr. Lawrence Leak, MSDE, regarding the Career Changers Fair. The 1st annual fair is a forum for professional candidates considering the field of teaching.
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Dr. Freeman Hrabowski Speaks, September 24, 2002
Dr. Hrabowski, President of UMBC, speaks to the State Board of Education at a regularly scheduled meeting.
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New Test For Maryland Students, September 18, 2002
The Maryland School Assessment unveiled; a brief synopsis follows involving grades 3, 5, 8, & 10.
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CitiFinancial & MSDE Mentors Partner To Give Away School Supplies, September 16, 2002
Event at Walbrook Uniform Services Academy helps more than 400 students.
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Tutor.com Comes to Maryland, September 13, 2002
The Maryland State Department of Education partners with Maryland Public Libraries to provide Internet tutors to Maryland students seven days a week.
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MSDE TV, September 6, 2002
MSDE introduces MSDE-TV. A short video shows users what the website looks like, and how to access the video library.
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Gifted & Talented at Towson University, August 29, 2002
Summer Program
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Distinguished Principals, July 19, 2002
3 Area Principals Sign Contracts To Lead Baltimore City Elementaries
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Summer School at Furman Templeton Elementary, June 18, 2002
A Visit To an Edison Partnership School
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