Gaining career experience and pursuing a Master’s degree are Kyana Beckles’s tickets to success.
Even with 30 years of experience in the nursing field, Gloria Blackmon finds education critical to bettering patient care.
The future looks bright for those interested in pursuing a finance career in Baltimore.
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.