Naval Academy Head Says Court Martial Possible In Drug CaseThe superintendent says he expects by the time the investigation ends it will involve between six and eight midshipmen. So far, two students have left the academy voluntarily, and three have been dismissed.
UMD Handbook Tells Female TAs To Expect 'Challenging Behavior,' 'Be Patient'Annie Bao, a sophomore TA for the university's Department of Computer Science, tweeted Monday that the department's guidance to female TAs told them to expect challenging behavior and to be patient with a mostly male student body.
Towson University Builds $180M New Science BuildingTowson University announced Tuesday its new science building will be finished by August 2020.
Dylan, Kesha Change Pronouns In Songs To Honor LGBTQ CouplesBob Dylan, Kesha and St. Vincent have reimagined popular love songs to honor the LGBTQ community, and the singers are doing it by switching pronouns.
College Becoming Less Affordable For Maryland StudentsDuring this past election cycle, presidential candidates Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton both highlighted increasing college debt.
Maryland Struggles To Retain Young, Qualified TeachersMaryland, like much of the country, struggles to curb teacher turnover, especially in the most disadvantaged areas.
Havre de Grace Teacher Wins Milken Family Foundation Teaching AwardThis year, 35 Milken Family Foundation Awards are being given out across the country. One Maryland teacher had no idea it was coming.
New Program Offering High Quality ApprenticeshipsTranZed Apprenticeship Services is the first program of its kind in Maryland.
BaCo. Schools Making Adjustments To New Grading PolicyThe report cards are out in Baltimore County, and some parents aren't so happy about the school system's new grading policy.
School Board Member Resigns After Governor's Education OrderA Maryland State School Board member has quit following Gov. Larry Hogan's executive order requiring schools to start after Labor Day.
High School Graduation Rate Reaches New High President Barack Obama says changes made to demand more from teachers and students are paying off as high school graduation rates have reached a record high of 83.2 percent.
10 Md. Schools Score National Blue Ribbon AwardSeveral schools in the state have scored the coveted National Blue Ribbon award.

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