Gov. Hogan Expected To Mandate Md. School Year Begin After Labor DayGovernor Larry Hogan is expected to mandate this week that Maryland schools open after Labor Day in future school years.
Baltimore Co. Schools Won't Be Grading Students on Homework, BehaviorA new grading policy is stirring up controversy in Baltimore County after educators decide that students will be graded only on what they learn, not how they behave or if they do their homework.
Baltimore Officials Add Finishing Touches Before Thousands Head Back to SchoolOfficials are adding finishing touches before day number one. The task is massive--preparing 159 schools. That's hundreds of classrooms with four set me to sparkle and walls that need to be spotless. Ava-joye Burnett reports.
Conference On School Safety Set In AnnapolisA conference on school safety will be taking place in Maryland's capital.
Police Arrest Man in Overnight Burglary of Glen Burnie SchoolStudents in Maryland might be enjoying their summer break, but that didn't stop one man from going back to school early Friday morning, according to police.
Officials: Loaded BB Gun Found Inside AACo. Middle SchoolAn Anne Arundel County middle school was on a brief lockdown Tuesday, after authorities found a loaded BB gun inside the school's bathroom.
School Bus Stuck In Sinkhole After Water Main BreakSome tense times for a busload of teens. While near their Baltimore County school, their bus suddenly stopped and they lurched forward as the bus sank into pavement.
Mom Seeks Clarity On Standardized Testing Rules For DisabledBack in 2010, Nikki Moberly secured a legislative victory in Annapolis for her daughter, Erin, who is just entering high school this year but whose intellectual capabilities are comparable to those of a 3-month-old baby, Moberly said.
Students Suffer Minor Injuries From School Bus AccidentMore than a dozen high school students have been evaluated by emergency medical personnel after an accident involving two school buses in Montgomery County.
Earlier Start Times For Students May Do More Harm Than GoodTrying to beat the clock to make it to school comes with a price. A new CDC study says it's unhealthy to drag your children out of bed too early and it could lead to fatigue and poor performance in school.
5 GAO Employees Accused Of School Lunch FraudFive employees with the U.S. Government Accountability Office underreported their income or reported having no income at all in order to fraudulently obtain reduced-price school lunches for their children, a prosecutor said Tuesday.
Md. Comptroller To Promote Sales Tax-free WeekMarylanders are about to get a weeklong reprieve from sales taxes on certain purchases, and the state's chief tax collector wants shoppers to know about it.