Anne Arundel County students are getting what officials consider some long overdue attention from the state.
Growing populations and aging facilities. That’s what Maryland’s three largest counties say they’re dealing with when it comes to public schools. Tuesday, the “big three” joined together in Annapolis to push for funding.
The grades are in for Maryland public schools. The school is ranked number one in the nation for the fifth straight year.
New emergency legislation has been introduced in Maryland to place school resource officers in every elementary school. This comes just a little more than a week after the shooting in Newtown, Connecticut.
After a two-year study, state school leaders are one step closer in banning zero-tolerance discipline policies in all Maryland schools.
Since 1955, the College Board has allowed high school students to pursue college-level courses through its Advanced Placement (AP) Program. And for the fourth year in a row, Maryland schools remain ahead of the pack.
A Baltimore County elementary school heard some encouraging words about its future funding as State Comptroller Peter Franchot assesses the need for renovation in schools throughout the state.
After the suicide of a Virginia student, Maryland school leaders are reviewing their zero tolerance policy.