Presented with the opportunity to recognize a Muslim holiday on the school calendar for the first time, leaders of Maryland’s largest school district went a different direction: They removed all mention of religious holidays from the calendar.
If you’re a kid, taking a professional football player to school seems a little far-fetched. But for one Baltimore City student, it was a dream that became a reality Monday.
Reports of forcible sex offenses at the flagship public universities of Maryland and Virginia doubled last year, an increase that school officials and victim advocates attribute to growing awareness rather than more dangerous campus environments.
More than 400 students in Prince George’s County are barred from returning to school Wednesday because they haven’t gotten their vaccinations.
The United Way of Central Maryland unveils a new way to help young people
One man is changing the lives of his music students at a Marriottsville high school and now he could be recognized on a national stage.
A record-setting biomedical research grant has been awarded to Morgan State University.
Towson University has launched an internal investigation into whether it complied with federal sex discrimination laws after learning a rabbi who teaches there invited students to take ritual baths at his District of Columbia synagogue.
Seventh graders at Roland Park Elementary/Middle School spent a semester coming up with a viable business and a plan to make them successful.
Car crashes are the leading cause of death for teens in the United States. With that in mind, a new campaign is launched at high schools across the nation to make young people better drivers.
Prince George’s County school administrators are investigating allegations that an English teacher made derogatory comments about Muslims.
A Baltimore teacher has been placed on administrative leave after a video emerged of her fighting a 17-year-old student.