Loyola University Maryland is receiving a $1.75 million gift to form a new program in peace and justice studies.
Gov. Martin O’Malley is announcing $5.5 million in grants to boost digital learning and to help high school students earn college credit.
Washington County Public Schools are continuing a pay-for-performance program for teachers at five schools for a second year, even though the school system has adopted a new evaluation program.
Montgomery County officials will be considering whether to change high school start times to give teens more time for sleep.
A Johns Hopkins professor’s blog about the NSA created a controversy after the university told him to remove it from the web.
A local university is celebrating after U.S. News and World Report released its best colleges guide.
Towson University cheerleaders are fighting back after being suspended the entire academic school year for hazing.
A new code of conduct in Baltimore City schools gives principals more control over suspensions–even for zero tolerance violations like weapons on campus.
A Baltimore Ravens Super Bowl win brings the NFL and United Way to Hilton Elementary School in West Baltimore.
The Maryland State Department of Education plans to host four regional forums over the next month to help explain the Common Core State Standards for schools.
As students headed back to school, District of Columbia parents found that recess had been cut to 15 minutes daily.
The University System of Maryland and the state Office of Legislative Audits are asking the State Ethics Board to review Frostburg State University’s failure to seek competitive bids for a $2 million Sustainable Energy Research Facility that opened last year.