New numbers released this week show a big boost in the state’s graduation rate. And one county is seeing its largest graduating class in the last four years.
Public schools are set to begin the Maryland School Assessments in less than five weeks, but lawmakers who consider the test too outdated say there’s still time to cancel it for the year. Next week the House of Delegates will review a proposal to do that.
Maryland’s Board of Education has adopted new student discipline regulations.
It’s considered a new way of teaching and learning, but now parents opposed to what’s called Common Core education are speaking out.
Students in Baltimore County create and star in their own commercial, and it’s paid off.
A multi-million dollar federal grant is designed to cut crime on school campuses nationwide. One local district says it wants a piece of the funds.
Aberdeen High School received a big honor Friday. The students there beat out 500 other high schools for a national recognition.
Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown is outlining a multimillion dollar expansion of the state’s pre-K program. State lawmakers say they want more of the youngest students in class sooner.
Making the grade. A Maryland high school teacher has been named one of four finalists for National Teacher of the Year–and it’s not his only honor.
Testing for testing sake. That’s what some state school leaders are saying about the Maryland assessment test for students.
Anne Arundel County teachers are telling House Speaker Michael Busch they are overworked and underpaid as the 2014 legislative session begins.
Anne Arundel County school officials are apologizing for not delaying the start of school because of bad weather.