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Thursday, December 08, 2005

20 County Teachers Receive Elite Certification; Additonal School News

(Updated December 28, 2005)
"Teacher's Excellence Resoundingly Affirmed; Deaf Pr. George's Educator Wins One of Her Profession's Top Certifications"
Post, December 28, 2005 (by Nick Anderson, Washington Post Staff Writer)
Maya Yamada, Eleanor Roosevelt High School.

"Prince George’s slowly gaining in nationally certified teachers"
Gazette, December 15, 2005 (by Guy Leonard, Staff Writer)

"20 County Teachers Receive Elite Certification"
Post, December 8, 2005 (by Nick Anderson, Washington Post Staff Writer)
Last week, school board Chairman Beatrice P. Tignor (Upper Marlboro) announced a probable date of Jan. 19 for voting on new elementary school boundaries in the county's northwestern corridor and on new high school boundaries in the southern and central sectors. That's a month later than originally planned . . .

Calling all candidates: A group called Citizens for an Elected Board is planning a candidate training symposium Jan. 6 and 7 at the University of Maryland in College Park for prospective school board candidates as the county prepares for elections next year. Information: electedboard@aol.com or 301-464-5168.

Last week, some school board members complained that they were shut out of the County Council's sudden decision to make a new high school in south Bowie a high priority. . . .

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