Dozens of high school students find out they’ve been accepted into a Baltimore County college only to learn it was all a mistake.
Another school day, another snow day. Kids are happy, parents are frustrated and Maryland school districts are scrambling, trying to figure out how to make up days lost to bad weather.
A large union for Maryland teachers is endorsing state Sen. Brian Frosh for attorney general.
Frostburg State University says it’s been approved to offer a 2-in-1 teaching certificate that is unique among Maryland colleges and universities.
The Hagerstown student tradition of shooting prom and homecoming photos in a museum’s outdoor rose garden causes such traffic jams that the museum is making high schools pay for the privilege.
Jazz musician, educator and author Jose Antonio Bowen will become the 11th president of Goucher College, a private, liberal arts institution north of Baltimore.
A massive technology contract proposed for Baltimore County schools. It’s part of an initiative to put laptops or tablets in the hands of every student.
A push to make pre-K more accessible to Maryland children is well underway. Senate lawmakers have already voted in favor of a plan to expand the program.
Teachers in Montgomery County have ratified a new contract that will provide raises totaling 5.5 percent over three years, but it also requires educators to pay more for health insurance.
Johns Hopkins University is hit by a hacker. The university and the FBI are investigating a data breach involving hundreds of staff and students.
The College Board that creates the SAT test conducted its own exam and realized it was failing students.
U.S. Rep. John Delaney is making a gift to establish a Hillary Clinton Fellowship at Georgetown University’s law school.