A program to help low-income middle schoolers from the city get the grades needed to get into college took a field trip Monday.
A team of high school students from South River High School in Edgewater is one of 10 winners of a national competition to develop mobile applications that address a need or problem in their schools or communities.
Libraries are in the business of loaning books, entertainment and digital items. But now Harford County is putting together special plastic boxes filled with science materials that will teach preschoolers and keep their parents happy.
Sen. Ben Cardin, D-Md., will deliver the keynote address for the Black Engineer of the Year Award luncheon.
A national commission is holding a summit aimed at improving education in science, technology and math.
As a research university, Johns Hopkins is embarking on a multi-million dollar experiment inside Baltimore City schools. The aim is a brighter future, for students and the country.
A couple of years ago the National Science Foundation gave Baltimore City Community College an $800,000 grant to build a robot lab.
Frederick County public school officials say they’re considering phasing first- and second-graders out of an elementary magnet school program for gifted students.
American students seem to be falling behind when it comes to science, and that can jeopardize our economy and national security.
Making sure Maryland students compete with the rest of the world. That’s the goal of an education summit in Baltimore County.
Salisbury University has secured a $2 million grant to continue funding courses that help local teachers reach students who are learning English as a second language.
Professional researcher Andrew Murphy can hardly contain himself when talking about the team of employees he has working for him this summer.