A package of budget measures will be keeping the Maryland House of Delegates busy this week.
There are growing worries that lower salaries may begin to drive teachers out of Frederick County as their pay has been frozen for a fourth straight year.
Broken doors, hot classrooms and cracked floors. It’s what Baltimore teachers and students say they deal with everyday. But the city’s proposed bottle tax increase could change that.
The state school board is beginning its search for a new superintendent, and input will be sought from the public on what they want in a leader.
Montgomery County’s new schools superintendent, Joshua Starr, is inviting parents to get to know him at two upcoming town halls and 10 public meetings.
When an award-winning journalist recently revealed he’s an illegal immigrant, two of the key players in his tale turned out to be educators who helped keep his secret. It’s the kind of story teachers and principals scattered across the country know well.
The governor has appointed a council to change the way teachers in Maryland are evaluated and the council says it’s ready to put their new system to work.
The Prince George’s County school board has approved a $1.6 billion budget that will cut as many as 700 teaching positions next year.
The Frederick County school board is announcing tentative contract agreements with its teachers, staff and administrators.
Baltimore school officials say the district will reimburse international teachers who paid fees associated with getting temporary work visas out of their own pockets.
If you love movies, this is your weekend in Baltimore. The 13th annual Maryland Film Festival kicks off Thursday night.
The head of a Filipino teachers group says Baltimore schools followed the same hiring practices that led to a multi-million dollar federal fine against the Prince George’s County public school system.