Thirteen years, more than 2,500 consecutive days of never missing a day in school–it seems impossible, but not for one student in Baltimore County.
Maryland school leaders have decided to lower the number of standardized tests students will have to take next year.
State officials say less than half of Maryland’s kindergartners are ready to tackle the Common Core curriculum that’s being rolled out in schools.
The University System of Maryland has named a New York state educator president of Coppin State University.
It’s an incredible honor for young writers. Every year, the Sophie Kerr Award goes to a student at Washington College on the Eastern Shore.
The Cecil County Public Library is being honored with the National Medal.
Maryland Rep. Donna Edwards is hosting a roundtable discussion on student loan debt.
A senior at Washington College who grew up in Hunt Valley has been awarded a $62,900 literary prize.
Getting students ready for the rigors of college. A new study finds Maryland is home to some of the best high schools in the country.
Teacher unions and community leaders across the state and here in Baltimore are pushing for Governor Larry Hogan to release critical education funding.
Several groups of children’s rights advocates are banding together, asking school leaders to put the punishment on hold.
If you have a student at a Maryland state school, you’re going to be paying more–significantly more. Starting in the fall, there will be a hike in tuition and possibly a surcharge on top of that.