Third grade teacher Laura Jones has overcome the challenges of uniting a diverse classroom, largely in thanks to her education.
Baltimore’s universities and educated workforce play a critical role in advancing the technology industry.
Maryland made important steps in the third year of implementing its $250 million Race to the Top education grant, but the state also faced multiple challenges, a U.S. Education Department report said Wednesday.
Frostburg State University says it’s been approved to offer a 2-in-1 teaching certificate that is unique among Maryland colleges and universities.
Liberty High School has piloted the flipped classroom and OpenCourseWare independent study courses this school year as part of a larger transition to digital learning.
Standards are not the real problem with the much-criticized educational program known as Common Core; the real issue is how those standards are being applied, one lawmaker argued Wednesday before a House committee.
Students trying out a new standardized test this year won’t have to take overlapping portions of a test already in use, the state announced Friday. The federal government has granted a waiver to avoid double-testing.
A half day of pre-K for all Maryland 4-year-olds. That’s the state’s five-year goal. But first it starts with an expansion of the current program.
Gov. Martin O’Malley plans to make an announcement about Maryland’s education system in a videoconference with students.
Maryland’s Board of Education has adopted new student discipline regulations.
If success is a leader who embodies the spirit of mentorship without ever uttering a single word, then Laura Gamble fits the depiction quite well.
Dr. Chessare’s career exemplifies how personal success can have an exponential effect, improving the lives of many others as well.