Maryland Board Of Education To Meet Thursday To Discuss Emergency Regulation Of Mask MandatesThe Maryland Board of Education is set to meet this Thursday to discuss emergency regulation of school mask mandates.
Parents Hold 'No More Mask In Schools' Protest In Harford CountyParents in Harford County are currently participating in a "no more masks in schools" protest in Harford County outside of a school board meeting.
Covid-19 Or The Common Cold? How To Tell If Your Child Contracted Covid-19 As School StartsCommon colds share many symptoms of the coronavirus, so if your child becomes ill as the school year gets underway, it might be difficult to immediately tell whether it's Covid-19, said CNN medical analyst Dr. Leana Wen.
Baltimore Teachers Union Delivers Fans To Cool Hot SchoolsRepresentatives from Baltimore's teachers union have been out delivering fans to hot city classrooms that lack air-conditioning after receiving nearly $7,000 in donations from their public plea for help.
Md. Senator Demanding Answers After Dire Conditions Found Inside City SchoolPeeling paint, live wires and mold--all found inside a Baltimore City school. Now a state senator is demanding answers from the school system about what he calls an emergency situation.
Baltimore City Schools Roll Out Plan To Close $108M Budget ShortfallClosing the gap. That's what a proposed billion dollar city school budget is designed to do. The plan includes more money sent to classrooms and cutting top spots at school headquarters.
A Teacher's Dream Store: Wish List Depot Stocks Supplies For FreeEach school year teachers spend thousands of dollars of their own money buying supplies for their classrooms.
Opponents Of Bottle Tax Unite In An Effort To Stop IncreaseThe battle over the bottle tax increase has been raging for months. The mayor is getting ready to introduce the official legislation.
Age Of The Tablet: Mobile Technology Transforms Baltimore Classrooms So long chalkboards...welcome to the age of the tablet. High-tech learning is transforming a city classroom.
Md. Schools Consider Carbon Monoxide DetectorsSilent danger. Several carbon monoxide scares have prompted schools statewide to consider installing detectors even though they're not required by law. Who's taking action to protect your children?