Md. Senate OKs School Intervention Data Report RequirementThe Maryland Senate has approved requiring local school boards to report data on specialized intervention services to help children with learning disabilities early in schools.
Maryland School Safety Training Includes Sandy Hook SpeakersJust over four years after the Sandy Hook shooting in Connecticut, schools across the nation are continuing their efforts to promote safety and security for students, including in Maryland through the state's 2017 School Safety Initiative.
Maryland Struggles To Retain Young, Qualified TeachersMaryland, like much of the country, struggles to curb teacher turnover, especially in the most disadvantaged areas.
10 Md. Schools Score National Blue Ribbon AwardSeveral schools in the state have scored the coveted National Blue Ribbon award.
ACLU Calls On Hogan To Withhold $5M For Private SchoolsThe ACLU the state's teachers' union are calling on Gov. Larry Hogan to withhold $5 million in state funding for private school vouchers.
Odd Odor Investigated At Pasadena SchoolAn odd odor at an Anne Arundel County school delayed the start of the school day for students as fire officials investigated the scent.
Elementary School in Catonsville Evacuated After Gas LeakThe students have been moved to Catonsville Middle School for the time being.
Montgomery County Will Do Away With High School FinalsMontgomery County education leaders are moving forward with plans to eliminate high school final exams, despite teachers' concerns.
Frederick Co. Considering Policy On Student Testing RefusalsThe Frederick County Board of Education is considering a policy to guide county schools when students refuse to take state standardized tests.
Students Enjoy Reading After Ravens Fund New School LibraryWinning games is the main focus for players on the field,, but off the field, they turn that passion to education.
Baltimore Co. School District To Be Fully Air Conditioned By 2021More than 50 schools in Baltimore County are still without air conditioning. County leaders are pushing for a new plan to install AC in every school---but the state doesn't seem impressed.
Md. Teachers Launching Campaign To Cut Number Of Standardized TestsAre Maryland students being tested too much? That's the concern of thousands of teachers across the state.