The Kirwan Commission on Excellence and Innovation in Education, has proposed a new education funding formula aimed at increasing equity and closing the achievement gap. Shebra L. Evans, president of the Montgomery County Board of Education and a former WDC Board member, will offer her thoughts on how the Blueprint may affect our local schools.
Recipient for the 2019 SHAPE Maryland Distinguished Advocate for Healthful Living award.
Thrilled to welcome MCPS students back to school for the 2019-2020 school year (Quince Orchard HS, Brown Station ES, Shady Grove MS, and Arcola ES).
Analyzing Workforce Diversity and the Impact of Male Educators of Color on Male Students of Color
The celebration places a spotlight on the best and brightest of Montgomery County’s leaders in support of education. The highlight of the evening is the announcement of the Montgomery County Teacher of the Year, chosen from among three Greenblatt Excellence in Teaching Award winners.
Today Council President Nancy Navarro, County Executive Marc Elrich, Council Vice President Sidney Katz, Education and Culture Committee Chair Craig Rice, Councilmembers Will Jawando and Tom Hucker, Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) Superintendent Dr. Jack Smith and Board of Education President Shebra Evans gathered with members of the education advocacy community to announce the full funding of MCPS' #MoCo2020Budget request, closing a gap of $14.4 million in the County Executive's recommended budget.
Verizon’s Innovative Learning initiative is providing more than 3,000 new iPads and free internet access to students at Argyle, Forest Oak and Neelsville Middle Schools.
The After School Dance Fund, Inc. received recognition by the Montgomery County Board of Education for its important and innovative cultural and educational programming.
The Friends of Shebra Evans at the Town of Kensington and Gaithersburg Labor Day Parades.
On this final week of Black History Month, Montgomery County is living a lot of firsts. Shebra Evans is the first black woman president of Montgomery County's Board of Education, the largest public school system in the state of Maryland. That board is also all female, another first for the county.