Two professors who have written books using the Civil War-era diaries of free African Americans will speak at a Baltimore museum for Black History Month.
Tough questions for the nation’s education secretary Arne Duncan. He hosted a special town hall meeting for parents and teachers in Annapolis.
A western Maryland school district is considering assigning laptop computers or tablets to virtually all its more than 22,000 students.
It’s been a steady climb for Baltimore’s graduation rate. New numbers released from the state show city schools are making gains in those areas.
What are students to do if they’re interested in both science and the humanities? Johns Hopkins University thinks it has the answer.
Maryland’s lawmakers said Friday that they will work to boost funding for education in the state budget above the amount Gov. Larry Hogan has proposed.
A bill to put armed guards in Maryland schools has been controversial. The bill proposes to protect students from school shootings by giving guns to school officers.
Sixteen sororities at the University of Virginia are told to stay away from big fraternity parties.
Orioles legend Cal Ripken Jr. surprises high school students in Worchester County with a special visit.
A message to Maryland school districts from the Board of Public Works: take better care of what you have.
The stakes are high for one of the state’s smallest schools. St. Martin’s Lutheran School in Annapolis is in a nationwide race to win thousands of dollars in the “Trees Rock” contest by Scotties Tissue.
Students at Winter Mills High School in Westminster have been evacuated due to a bomb threat.