The battle over whether certain Baltimore City schools cheated on their standardized tests in 2009 is far from over. School officials will now hire an outside company to investigate the allegations.
The Baltimore school system has hired a data forensics company to review thousands of standardized test results as part of an investigation of alleged cheating.
The Army says it will stop injecting monkeys at Aberdeen Proving Ground with a nerve-blocking drug meant to simulate a nerve-gas attack.
A new report shows nearly 90 percent of Baltimore elementary and middle schools fell short of academic targets this year.
Baltimore schools CEO Andres Alonso is vowing to crack down on cheating.
Pennsylvania is expanding the scope of water tests to screen for radioactive pollutants and other contaminants from its booming natural gas drilling industry, but state officials insisted they aren’t doing it because federal regulators prodded them.
Praying for better grades. That’s what happened inside a Baltimore City school and now legal experts say it violated the separation of church and state.
Maryland’s high school assessment test for government would be cut next year under Gov. Martin O’Malley’s budget proposal.
The Maryland Commission on Judicial Disabilities is requiring a judge in Hagerstown to take daily breathalyzer tests before court.