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.
State School Board Discusses Waivers to Labor Day StartMaryland's state school board has adopted a resolution to "expeditiously" approve waivers to Gov. Larry Hogan's order to start school after Labor Day starting next year, if local school boards can explain the educational benefits to students.
Poll: 67 Percent Support Hogan's Post-Labor Day School StartA new poll has found that while 54 percent of Maryland residents say an executive order should be used "rarely or never," 67 percent approved of Gov. Larry Hogan using one to start schools after Labor Day.
Baltimore Vaccination Deadline: Thousands of Students Could Be Barred From ClassroomToday is the deadline for Baltimore City school students to meet vaccinations requirements or they will be barred from the classroom.
Bloomberg Makes $300M Donation To Hopkins School Of Public HealthMichael Bloomberg has made a monumental donation to the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health.
Feds: Frostburg State Violated Sex Assault Response RulesFrostburg State University will reimburse counseling expenses for two former students as part of an agreement to settle federal allegations that the western Maryland school mishandled the women's sexual assault complaints, the university and the U.S. Education Department said Friday.
AACo Library Goes VirtualTo encourage reading, the Anne Arundel County Public Library and schools have a plan called S.A.I.L., Student Access to Improved Learning.
Baltimore School Awarded $350K Grant Following Student's DeathThe federal government is offering to help recreate a safe learning environment after a series of violent incidents at a Baltimore City school.
Crowdfunded classrooms: Teachers increasingly solicit onlinePaper? Pencils? Laptops? Robots? Teachers are increasingly relying on crowdfunding efforts to stock their classrooms with both the mundane and sometimes big-ticket items.
Md. Public Schools Scrambling To Follow Post-Labor Day OrderMaryland public school leaders are scrambling to follow a new executive order to start schools after Labor Day.
Amazon Surprises Some Teachers With $10K Of School SuppliesIt was a special delivery and a complete surprise. Amazon made a generous visit to a Baltimore City school on Thursday.