Lost time

For many students with special needs, the pandemic meant the end of the structure and routine they so desperately needed. Virtual learning and therapies on Zoom could only do so much. As the school year begins, their families are facing complex challenges and trying to forge a path forward.

Leaving Eden

When the world went into quarantine, a Bethesda mom was hoping time would stop for a while. But her 4-year-old son kept growing up.

From a distance

Montgomery County Public Schools scrambled to provide remote learning last spring when the pandemic forced schools to close. With instruction continuing online this fall, many question whether the district can meet the challenge.

Edison 2.0

At the recently rebuilt Thomas Edison High School of Technology in Silver Spring, students are learning the latest skills in carpentry, law enforcement and more

The Battle

Kids are hooked on their iPads and video games. When it's time to turn off the electronics, life at home can get ugly.

Field Days

When your daughter dreams of playing in the Women’s World Cup, life as a soccer dad can get intense

Taking Off

Bethesda siblings Nicole and Shawn Powell have their sights set on the 2020 acrobatic gymnastics world championships