Maryland Teachers Unions, PTA Send Letter To Gov. Hogan Calling For Virtual School Start Amid PandemicMaryland teachers’ unions are pushing the governor to keep classrooms closed for at least the first semester of the new school year, citing safety concerns during the COVID—19 pandemic.
Baltimore County Schools Superintended Says It May Be Best To ‘Lean Toward A Virtual Return’ For Next YearBaltimore County is one of many school districts trying to figure out how it will proceed come the start of the academic year.
Morgan State University's Nursing Program Receives $146K For MentoringFuture nurses at Morgan State University are getting a boost.
One In Four Teachers At Greater Risk From Coronavirus, According To AnalysisNearly 1.5 million teachers are at higher risk of serious illness if they contract coronavirus, according to an analysis released Friday evening.
Education Groups Lead In Spending On Lobbyists In MarylandTwo groups advocating for education and the Maryland Jockey Club were among the organizations that spent the most on lobbyists in Maryland in the most recent reporting period, when major legislation affecting them was before state lawmakers.
Baltimore City Public Schools Officials Weigh Learning Options For Students For Upcoming Academic YearSchool officials are weighing how they want to proceed with the upcoming school year amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Baltimore City Public Schools To Host Series Of Town Halls About Reopening In FallBaltimore City Public Schools announced Wednesday it will host the first of its weekly Reopening Town Halls as part of its initiative that seeks input on the plan to reopen in the fall.
Community Encouraged To Take Survey In Development Of City Schools Relaunch PlanBaltimore City Public Schools is encouraging students, families, employees and members of the community to take a survey ahead of the next academic year.
Gov. Hogan, State Superintendent Karen Salmon Announce $210M In COVID-19 Relief For Remote Learning, TutoringMaryland will allocate $210 million to help schools and students most affected by the COVID-19 pandemic deal with remote learning.
Catonsville Students Protest For Education Reform, Diversity In Classrooms NationwideHundreds of young protesters marched through Catonsville on Wednesday, calling for education reform.
Baltimore County Public Schools Looking For Input On Upcoming Academic YearBaltimore County Public Schools wants to hear from students, parents and staff about the upcoming academic year.
Gov. Hogan Announces Over $45M In Education Funding For Students Affected By COVID-19More than $45.6 million is set to be committed in additional education funding for Maryland students affected by the coronavirus pandemic, Governor Larry Hogan announced Wednesday.
School Board In Virginia Votes To Rename Robert E. Lee High SchoolA school board in Virginia has agreed to rename a high school that honors a Confederate general.
The Maryland Book Bank Is Mailing Free Story Kits To Students In Baltimore City Title I SchoolsEach kit includes five books tailored to the child's age, grade level and special book interests, according to a press release from the Book Bank.
2 Maryland School For The Blind Students Qualify For The National Braille Challenge In JulyBehind a set of Braille writers at the Maryland School for the Blind sit 12-year-old Meredith Day and 15-year-old Sujan Dhakal. Both born blind, their talents are obvious for everyone to see.