Classes for Maryland’s youngest students begin this week.
As the new school year opens, Frederick County Public Schools are working to expand new prekindergarten programs that include both students with disabilities and students without disabilities.
The words of the national anthem may be some of the hardest to master, but one Harford County preschool has the historic lyrics down.
A D.C. council member is sponsoring legislation to prohibit the city’s public schools from suspending or expelling per-kindergarten students except in rare circumstances.
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 $4.3 million expansion of pre-kindergarten has been approved by the Maryland General Assembly.
A push to make pre-K more accessible to Maryland children is well underway. Senate lawmakers have already voted in favor of a plan to expand the program.
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.
A grand opening for Southeast Baltimore’s youngest learners. It’s not just another day at Hampstead Hill Academy. The 40 plus Pre-K students now have a brand new place to learn.