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What does BCPS stand for?

BCPS stands for Baltimore County Public Schools (Maryland)

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Also this week, Secretary Duncan met with more than 800 language arts teachers from Baltimore County Public Schools at a professional development conference to kick-off the new school year.
Perrin West Boca Raton Community High School Boca Raton, Florida [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Lifetime Achievement Award Rhonda Hoyman Baltimore County Public Schools Glen Arm, Maryland ACHIEVE 100 50 schools won Achieve 100 awards.
Expansion will positively impact NAPE-EF initiatives in three communities: * A program developed with the Community College of Baltimore County, Baltimore County Public Schools, and the Maryland State Department of Education that helps community college and secondary school teachers to select, develop, and evaluate teaching tools, resources, and strategies to improve outcomes of diverse student populations in STEM-related courses.
To be developed in conjunction with the Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC), Baltimore County Public Schools (BCPS), Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE), and two regionally-based ATE Centers, the Educators' Equity STEM Academy is designed "to increase the recruitment, academic performance, and program completion of a greater number of women and underrepresented students in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) courses and programs," explains NAPE Chief Executive Officer Mimi Lufkin.
Jay Wolf Schlossberg-Cohen - Cromwell Valley Elementary School, Baltimore County Public Schools Everyone is an artist, according to Jay Wolf Schlossberg-Cohen, and he has brought that philosophy to his volunteer work at Cromwell Valley Elementary Regional Magnet School of Technology.