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Monica Goldson

Prince George’s, the state’s second-largest school system, is the only one of 16 systems which have opened that requires masks inside school buildings and on school buses.

Two Marylanders are new members of a national board advising the White House on ways to support America’s historically Black colleges and universities.

Schools CEO Monica Goldson details efforts to recruit and retain educators to the school system.

If state lawmakers embrace her request, Prince George’s would end its experiment with a “hybrid” board following year of personality clashes.

One Md. public school has moved to virtual learning, while the state is urging schools to stay open for in-person instruction.

All Prince George’s County Public Schools will move to virtual learning for the final stretch of the school year and into the first month of 2022.

Public education is transforming faster than ever, and the needs and expectations evolve with each school year. School buildings must support the teaching and…

Two freshmen lawmakers from Prince George’s County want to reverse the core of a 2013 law that fundamentally changed the structure of the county…

Governor Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) and State Superintendent Karen B. Salmon urged local school systems to begin hybrid in-person learning by March 1….

When Prince George’s County Planning Board Chairwoman Elizabeth M. Hewlett was beginning her career in the late 1970s, she was almost always the only…