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Superintendent will discuss Tony Wagner's "The Global Achievement Gap."
Owners aim to "de-mall" the shops and build a mixed-use space.
Rollin Stanley called detractors "rich, white women."
Drivers who pass stopped buses will face up to $250 in fines.
Maryland becomes eighth state to legalize gay marriage.
The measure will make Maryland the eighth state to legalize gay marriage.
The MCPS All-Starrs will perform to raise money for black educators group.
The meeting is the last on the schedule before the superintendent weighs in.
Eight-screen luxury theater will be part of Pike & Rose development.
MCPS and the County Council are optimistic heading into budget season.
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