The University of Maryland University College announced Wednesday it will be the first in the state’s university system to create a path for students to earn academic credit for learning through “massive open online courses.”
Olympic figure skater Michelle Kwan read to excited children and cheered them on as she helped kick off the Education Department’s “Let’s Read! Let’s Move!” summer program.
The Department of Defense has awarded a $250 million contract to University of Maryland University College.
The Maryland State Department of Education says it has approved teacher and principal evaluation plans in 21 Maryland school systems, clearing the way for the state to receive $250 million in federal funds.
A federal audit is focusing on how public schools in Maryland spent federal stimulus money.
Major changes are coming to high school sports in Maryland as education leaders aim to curb concussions in sports.
Baltimore City school students take a field trip that could change the rest of their lives. The USDA visits students at a working farm, where they are literally getting an education from the ground up.
Bicycle advocates say the increasing popularity of traveling on two wheels is convincing more and more adults who never learned as a child to give it a try.
Students in the Erickson School’s Project 2061 class have high expectations for technology and its power to meet human needs. Working across disciplines, they’ve created new possibilities for the future of senior care.
A new report says gaps in student achievement are widening by some measures in Montgomery County public schools.
Educating young children, their parents and the public about agriculture is one of Charles Brault’s top agenda items as the new Frederick County Farm Bureau president.
Education excellence. That’s what the Blue Ribbon Award means to school leaders across the state. Thursday Maryland named which schools are taking home the prize this year.