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Timeline: School Violence and Security
Experts Make Case for Later School Start Times
Teachers Still Rule in Class, Says Report
Educational Quality Pushed for Developing Wolrd
Middle School Leader Gets National Award
Study: Catholic Schools Benefit From Converting to Charter Schools
Special Needs Students Benefit from Synched Classrooms
New Report Says U.S. Schools Start Too Early in the Morning
App Seeks to Take Complexity Out of Teaching Physics
School Security in the News
States Fail to Meet Disaster-Preparedness Standards
Detroit Schools Regain Some Financial, Administrative Control
UPDATED: School Reform Network Shutters National Office
Schooled in Sports
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White House Let’s Move program lets schools snag salad bars
Educators work to get more women in math classes
Maryland may seek waiver of No Child Left Behind school reform
Maryland college-bound seniors exceed SAT national average


UMCP-UMB Merger—Series

Published between September-December, 2011—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
University merger talk gets largely positive campus response
UMCP UMB merger forums end with mixed reviews
USM Regents decline merger, back strategic alliance
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