The search for the Baltimore City Schools CEO is over. On Tuesday, the school board and the mayor introduced the new superintendent to the public.
As part our Continuing Community Commitment, the WJZ Black History Oratory Contest was held Sunday. And once again, it brought out some of Baltimore’s best and brightest students.
Students trying out a new standardized test this year won’t have to take overlapping portions of a test already in use, the state announced Friday. The federal government has granted a waiver to avoid double-testing.
As this storm wreaked havoc on our area, it’s also hitting the number of snow days left for schools around the state.
A half day of pre-K for all Maryland 4-year-olds. That’s the state’s five-year goal. But first it starts with an expansion of the current program.
The best attendance out of 150 middle and high schools. The competition is all part of the “Get Schooled” initiative.
As we prepare for another round of snow, local schools are bracing for another possible snow day. For some schools, this will be another snow day too many.
At least five Maryland school districts say they’ll hold classes on Presidents’ Day to make up for excess snow days.
The board of the Maryland Institute College of Art has chosen Samuel Hoi as the next president of the 188-year-old school in Baltimore.
Gov. Martin O’Malley plans to make an announcement about Maryland’s education system in a videoconference with students.
The College Board says the Maryland class of 2013 led the nation in high scoring on Advanced Placement tests.
Students and staff at Montgomery County’s Watkins Mill High School will be getting tested for tuberculosis after officials learned a student had the disease over the last few weeks.