Published between September-December, 2011 for Capital News Service Throughout the semester at CNS, I kept tabs on the University System of Maryland Board of Regent's study on a potential merger between the University of Maryland flagship campus, College Park, and the founding campus, Baltimore. Regents hear progress 'well under way' in UMCP-UMB merger study—Sept. 9 … Continue reading The UMCP-UMB Merger Discussion – a series
Published on Nov. 23, 2011 - Capital News Service online Four schools in Maryland were awarded grants to fund and operate a salad bar, as part of Michelle Obama's Salad Bars to Schools Program that focuses on improving school meals to promote better health and nutrition.
For Capital News Service. Published on Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2011 - Southern Maryland Newspapers online In an effort to get more girls in the Southern Maryland area interested in science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM subjects, the College of Southern Maryland held its seventh Women and Math Conference where about 80 young women between … Continue reading Educators work to get more women in math classes
For Capital News Service. Published on Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2011 - The Daily Record print[PDF] || online Maryland may apply for a waiver from the No Child Left Behind Act after President Obama announced that he is allowing states flexibility from the decade-old law in exchange for a more rigorous system that promotes college-and career-readiness.
For Capital News Service. Published on Friday, Sept. 16, 2011 - Star Democrat print[PDF] || online Maryland's high school seniors score above the national average on SAT tests, according to a 2011 report by the College Board.
Published on Thursday, June 23, 2011 - The Montgomery Sentinel print[PDF] || online Recent graduate of Richard Montgomery High School, 17-year-old Dale Kline is not your average teenager. For one, she has a strong passion for ceramics, and unlike any 17-year-old, she gets excited about shipments of glaze and can be found hanging out in … Continue reading Dale Kline is not your average teenager