Maryland Workgroup Meets Privately On School Funding FormulaMembers of a Maryland panel have voted to meet privately to discuss how to pay for billions of dollars in proposed new education funding.
Parents, Students Voice Concerns About Howard County School Redistricting PlanA crowd turned out at a Howard County school board meeting Tuesday to protest a controversial school redistricting plan.
'You Feel Comfortable In Here' | Girls-Only Baltimore Charter School Seeing SuccessA Baltimore charter school has gone girls-only and is seeing success in doing so.
Johns Hopkins Named 12th Best University In World By Times Higher EducationJohns Hopkins University has been named the 12th-best university in the world by the Times Higher Education.
Goucher College Moves Up To #111 In U.S. News And World Report For National Liberal Arts CollegesIt is now ranked as the #111 National Liberal Arts College in the U.S. News & World Report for best colleges.
Community College Baltimore County Increases Income Eligibility For Free Tuition To $150KThe increase is meant to allow residents the opportunity to attend CCBC free of tuition and fees.
As New School Year Nears, More Teachers Report Paying For Classroom Supplies Out-Of-PocketIn a warehouse near Hampden, more than 900 teachers, some of whom visit weekly, collect supplies for their classrooms.
Hogan Says He Won't Support Big Tax Hikes For Education PlanHogan said the proposals would require "billions and billions more in mandated spending increases."
Bank Of America Employees Supply 1,000 Backpacks For Baltimore City SchoolsThese backpacks will be delivered to Armistead Gardens and Sandtown-Winchester Achievement Academy on Monday.
West Baltimore Harlem Park Rec Center Reopens After Closing In 2012After closing its doors in 2012, the Harlem Park Rec Center in West Baltimore is officially back in business.
Healthy Little Cooks Is Teaching Local Kids To Be Nutritious This SummerA local woman is taking her passion for cooking to the classroom, teaching young kids not only how to cook healthy foods, but life skills that could last forever.
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.