A national push to get more three and four-year-olds in Pre-K classes makes its way to Baltimore. City leaders unveiled a plan Thursday to pay for it.
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.
An assessment of Maryland kindergartners shows young children in the state have made huge gains over the past decade in terms of their readiness for school.
Federal immunization goals remain unmet, the CDC says.
City schools are looking three years into the future at ways to improve the test scores of their students.
The number of 4- and 5-year olds in Baltimore schools is up.
The mother of a Florida child who was kicked out of his kindergarten class after the teacher held a vote among fellow students about his disruptive behavior has reached a $350,000 settlement with St. Lucie County education officials.