August 14, 2014

Sara Love Hoffman, 39, realizes that living in Baltimore since she was 11 still makes her a newcomer by Baltimore standards. Still, she did get here in time to attend Franklin Middle School and Franklin High. After she headed to college in Florida, Love Hoffman didn’t expect to find herself back in town. Yet, Baltimore’s CONTINUE »

Local schools take math disabilities head-on
BY Heather Norris
August 14, 2014

With the advancement of Common Core and the debate over education reform heating up, math disabilities are getting more attention at some local schools than ever before. “We started with a traditional program, and we scrapped it within three months,” says Jamie Caplan, founder of the Legacy School, a Sykesville-based school focused on CONTINUE »

BY Simone Ellin | Photographed By Dan Whipps
August 14, 2014

Created with flickr slideshow. Get ready for dorm life with decorative designs from Online retailer, was founded in 2011 by mother/daughter team, Karen (right) and Amanda Zuckerman of Potomac. After shopping for dorm supplies prior to her freshman year at Washington University, Amanda and her mother discovered that it was challenging to find CONTINUE »

Parents rely on apps to help them organize
BY Allie Freedman
August 14, 2014

Five work deadlines, four kids, three schools, two cups of coffee, one tired parent. From crawling in traffic to sprinting to afterschool pickup, busy working parents never get a break. Luckily, the digital world makes their lives a little easier. With new phone and computer applications, many parents are indulging in modern technology to deal CONTINUE »

iNSIDER checks out a few of Baltimore’s many independent schools
BY Allie Freedman
August 14, 2014

With autumn just around the corner, Baltimore parents are spoiled for choices when it comes to their children’s educations. Baltimore schools provide an array of programs — far too many to cover in one article — catering to students’ individual needs. From mastering modern technology to conquering learning disabilities, Baltimore schools are creating innovative curricula CONTINUE »