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Kevin M. Maxwell, Superintendent of Schools

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Dr. Maxwell Throws Out A Challenge

Dr. Maxwell Throws Out A Challenge

County schools Superintendent Kevin M. Maxwell has challenged schools across the county to raise the bar this year and better 2010’s record level of donations to the American Cancer Society’s […]

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Meeting On Meade School Redistricting

Meeting On Meade School Redistricting

The county Board of Education has scheduled a public briefing and a public hearing on Superintendent Kevin M. Maxwell’s recommendation to redistrict elementary schools on Fort George G. Meade to […]

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Attacking The Achievement Gap: A Battle For Our Children’s Future

Attacking The Achievement Gap: A Battle For Our Children’s Future

When I arrived as Superintendent in 2006, the top priority for our school system was unquestionably to eliminate the achievement gap. In fact, I stated emphatically in my first budget […]

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Examination of school system spending must be accurate, in context

Examination of school system spending must be accurate, in context

School systems across Maryland, and the United States, for that matter, are hardly immune to controversies over the manner in which funding is spent. We are no different, so it […]

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Disappointing AYP Scores Challenge Our Schools, Communities To Dig Deeper

Disappointing AYP Scores Challenge Our Schools, Communities To Dig Deeper

Everyone who glanced at the recent stories about our school system’s progress in meeting state targets as part of the No Child Left Behind legislation should have been disappointed by […]

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Lean Schools Budget Does Best We Can In Current Climate

Lean Schools Budget Does Best We Can In Current Climate

Last Wednesday, our Board of Education put the finishing touches on what is a lean spending plan for the coming fiscal year, but one which I believe serves our students […]

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School Construction Budget Proposal A Setback For Students

School Construction Budget Proposal A Setback For Students

Over the last several years, the County Council and our school system administration have spent a considerable amount of time trying to align our six-year Capital Improvement Plan in such […]

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Contract School Offers Exciting New Opportunity For County

Contract School Offers Exciting New Opportunity For County

Our school system began a journey down an exciting new path earlier this month when the Board of Education approved an agreement with Imagine Global Village Academy for the county’s […]

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Parent Survey Shows Gains As Well As Areas For Improvement

Parent Survey Shows Gains As Well As Areas For Improvement

The full value of any survey lies in its ability not only to indicate things an organization is doing right, but initiatives upon which respondents believe it should improve. Such […]

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