Students in Maryland are joining with others nationwide to walk and bike to school.
Attorneys representing historically black colleges said Tuesday they hope Maryland will embrace mediation to create high-demand academic programs at the schools, now that a federal judge has ruled the state is violating desegregation law by perpetuating the duplication of programs at predominantly white colleges.
A federal judge has ruled that Maryland has shortchanged the state’s four historically black colleges by unnecessarily duplicating their programs at nearby predominantly white institutions.
A recent study of dropouts in Baltimore shows that for those who drop out, absences begin in elementary school.
The first six weeks of college are critical. That’s when habits related to future academic success can be formed. And that can be when drinking starts or is exacerbated, often due to student expectations and social pressures, according to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism.
The passion of Purple Friday at one Baltimore County school has become a teaching tool for school leaders.
Romance novelist Nora Roberts’ foundation has given a $100,000 grant to McDaniel College in Westminster — the third grant in as many years.
Lee Thornton, a journalist who covered the White House for CBS and served as dean for the Merrill College of Journalism at the University of Maryland, has died.
Smartphones and tablets are welcome in classrooms. It’s part of a pilot program in Howard County.
Three Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Baltimore received the National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence Award on Tuesday.
A hallmark of the civil rights movement brings hundreds together in Birmingham, Alabama to commemorate the 1963 church bombing that killed four little girls.
Loyola University Maryland is receiving a $1.75 million gift to form a new program in peace and justice studies.