29 April Senator John F. Kennedy made a campaign appearance at a farm in northwestern Howard County. The senator had lost his voice, and his speechwriter and aide, Theodore C. Sorensen, who would later become counsel to the president, read the speech
I've taught math at Oakland Mills High School in Howard County for seven years. In that time, I've read hundreds of articles about the problems in American math education. But I've yet to see a mention of the single biggest crisis I face in my classroom.
Black students in Howard County were seven times more likely to be suspended than their white classmates during the school year, according to a report issued to the African American Community Roundtable by the county school system.