A lockdown that was put in place for several Harford County schools because of an attempted burglary in the area has been lifted.
Eat, play, learn. John Eager Howard is among the first city schools to receive money for renovations under a new plan approved by the General Assembly this year.
Maryland officials are announcing the completion of the One Maryland Broadband Network.
Now that the city has secured more than a billion dollars to revive its crumbling schools, a building boom is about to begin.
Independent schools in Maryland are committed to providing students with a high quality education, a variety of extracurricular activities, and skills to promote character building.
A new code of conduct in Baltimore City schools gives principals more control over suspensions–even for zero tolerance violations like weapons on campus.
He’s no longer leading Baltimore City schools but former superintendent Dr. Andres Alonso is walking away with a large paycheck, despite leaving before the end of his contract.
Changing grades to promote students. That’s what teachers at one Baltimore middle school are accused of doing.
Combating school bullying. Top school leaders to address the growing problem that’s contributed to a number of violent incidents across the nation, and sadly, some suicides.
One of the youngest school superintendents to run a large school system is nearing his first year in town.
Michelle Obama says failure is OK, but continuing to work hard is more important. That’s her message to students at a Washington elementary school where the arts have been introduced to boost academic performance.
Top honors for more than half of Baltimore County high schools. The schools made three “Top Schools” lists.