New CEO Appointed To Lead Baltimore City Public SchoolsA new CEO has been appointed to lead Baltimore City Public Schools.
Lawmakers to Discuss Md.'s New Languages Proficiency SealMaryland lawmakers and educators are scheduled to discuss the state's new law noting high school proficiency in two or more languages.
Excitement Builds As $40M Renovation Nears Completion At Pikesville High SchoolShe's never been a high school principal before, but in less than a year, she's transforming her school and the lives of other students.
Malia Obama To Attend Harvard In 2017 After Taking Year OffPresident Barack Obama's daughter Malia will take a year off after high school and attend Harvard University in 2017.
Local Group Works To Help Those Living With AutismApril is Autism Awareness Month. It's a disorder that affects one in every 62 children in America.
USDA Offers Urban Farmers An Online ToolkitFarm to table takes on a new meaning at one Baltimore high school. A new Department of Agriculture program is showing students how to create farm to table to career.
State Proposes Gradual Rise In Diploma Test Score StandardThe Maryland State Board of Education says it plans to gradually increase the standardized test scores that students must achieve to earn a high school diploma starting next school year.
Towson University to Review Its Hate, Bias Reporting ProcessA hate-bias incident on the Towson University campus is sparking more calls for change. A student's treatment of a cafeteria worker is currently under investigation.
No More Ties? Spelling Bee To Get Harder Words
Public Meeting Focuses On Launch of Frederick STEM CenterOrganizers of a new program offering college-level classes in science and technology in Frederick County are holding a public meeting to discuss the expected launch this fall.
Gov. Hogan Teaches Students At Towson Univ. A Lesson In PersuasionTowson University students get a lesson in persuasion from the state's chief executive. Governor Hogan taught a class Tuesday, and WJZ was there.
Tension Builds At High School After Essay Many Consider RacistRacial tension has been boiling over at one Anne Arundel County school for days. Monday night, a local group stepped in as parents and students complained about a hostile school environment.

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