While Maryland’s school system has had the top spot in a publication’s annual ranking of the nation’s schools for five years in a row, the state is far from the top of a new report comparing eighth-graders in the United States with other states and 38 other countries.
Summer school with a twist. Baltimore City students are getting a chance to put their math and science skills to the test.
The Maryland School Assessments are in, and the state schools superintendent says there is progress to be made.
Montgomery County school officials say they are looking into why more than half of students failed some of their final exams in math.
The U.S. lags behind other countries when it comes to preparing students for science, engineering and math courses. One group of writers believes that more media attention could boost the number of interested students.
Kundan Chintamaneni’s mother cannot keep up with the star calculus student’s use of sticky notes and scrap paper to solve the latest problem in the array of competitions he is always entering.
Johns Hopkins University has been awarded a $7.4 million grant to help boost science and math learning in Baltimore elementary schools.
The report card is in for Baltimore City schools. Students rank below the national average, but they’re still making some important progress.
Baltimore City introduces a new program and it could mean weekend classes for some students.
Maryland’s fourth- and eighth-graders each showed improvements in reading compared to results from tests they took two years ago, but eighth-graders performed about the same in math, according to results from the National Assessment of Education Progress released Tuesday.
The U.S. Naval Academy’s academic dean says the school should be close to meeting a Navy directive to graduate 65 percent of its naval officers in the class of 2013 with technical degrees in science, technology, engineering or math.
The four-week long summer Science, Technology, Engineering and Math program has Baltimore city kids creating their own science projects.