When Jess Gartner started her teaching career at a Baltimore City middle school, she had to begin the year without textbooks and paper. Like many teachers in similar situations, she used her own money to buy supplies.
Interregnums—periods of transition between leadership—have been a staple of governance throughout history. We inhabit one now on the national stage with the transition to a new administration in the White House on January 20.
Priority must be placed on preparing teachers emotionally to deal with chaotic classroom environments, assert researchers at the Johns Hopkins School of Education and Ohio State University.
Karen Karp, a visiting professor in the EdD program at the Johns Hopkins School of Education, has contributed two chapters to the book Teacher Quality and Teacher Education Quality: Accreditation from a Global Perspective.
What Michael Berkow liked most about his master’s program at the Johns Hopkins School of Education was its emphasis on managing change. Perhaps it’s because his law enforcement career has been as peripatetic as it has been impressive.
Legislators from across Maryland came together in Annapolis on January 11 for the annual convening of the Maryland General Assembly.