Baltimore Schools' Mission: Help Students Cope With TraumaThe schools come in response to a growing realization among educators that chronic childhood trauma affects brain development and creates the risk of health problems.
Maryland Book Bank Still Searching For Stolen Van Used To Collect Book DonationsThe Maryland Book Bank is asking for help to find a stolen van used to collect thousands of book donations for kids. 
Tutor Service Teams Up With City Youthworks To Offer City School Students Free SAT Prep12 Baltimore City students will spend eight weeks hitting the books with the help of streamline tutors during a specialized SAT prep course. 
'Beyond The Scoreboard' Summer Camp Blends Sports, Life Skills To Students In East BaltimoreNon-profit All Walks of Life, Team Thrill and City Parks and Rec partnered to put on the five-week camp. 
Maryland House Speaker Urges Support For More School FundingMaryland's House speaker is urging her colleagues in the Legislative Black Caucus of Maryland to make a robust education funding plan its top priority.
Anne Arundel County Schools Get $9.7M In Construction Contracts For 30 Schools, $800K To Go To Security VestibulesSome schools will be getting some new upgrades, as the Board of Education of Anne Arundel County approved more than $9.7 million in construction contracts for work at 30 schools across the county on Wednesday. 
Towson University To Show 'Spiderman: Into The Spider-Verse', 'Aladdin' For Community Movie NightsTU will feature Spiderman: Into the Spider-Verse on July 20 and Aladdin on August 17. 
Maryland Teachers Union Led Spending On LobbyingThe Maryland State Education Association spent the most money on lobbying in the state capital during the latest filing period.
Foundation Gives $2.7M To City For 'Social Good' In Baltimore CommunityThe T. Rowe Price Foundation is giving a $2.7 million grant to the City for a four-year program focusing on art, education and human services. 
Howard County Schools Doing Away With Class RankIncoming Howard County seniors will be the last graduating class to receive a number indicating where they finished among their peers in high school.
Two-Thirds Of American Employees Regret Their College Degrees, Survey SaysTwo-thirds of employees report having regrets when it comes to their advanced degrees, according to a PayScale survey of 248,000 respondents.