Olszewski Announces $70M In School Investments, New Scotts Branch Elementary SchoolThe county executive's budget last year provided funding for an addition and renovation for the school, but House Speaker Adrienne Jones was able to secure additional construction funding. 
Dell Gives Pratt Library 1,000 Laptops For Baltimore StudentsStudents from preschool to grade 12 that take part in a digital training program with the library system will be given their own Chromebook upon completion of their training. 
Most Maryland Kindergarteners Aren't Ready For School, State Assessment FindsThe Maryland Department of Education said all 24 of Maryland's education agencies reported lower “demonstrating readiness” scores than in 2019–2020, which is when the assessment was last administered.
Maryland High School Graduation Rate Improved Overall, But Not For Some Groups, Data FindsAccording to 2020-2021 school year data, the Maryland four-year cohort graduation rate was 87.2%, an increase over the rate of 86.8% recorded in 2020. 
Ravens Host 9th Annual Touchdown For TeachersThe grand prize winner will receive $4,000 in grant funds and more from the Ravens.
Baltimore County Public Schools Hear From Parents As District Sees Recurring ViolenceMost parents talked about how fights and violence on campus need to be met with severe disciplinary action every time, because of the effect it's having on all students. 
Area Dunkin' Franchises Team Up For Scholarship ProgramDunkin' is known for serving up the donuts, and now, scholarships to help students fund their education.
Baltimore County Schools To Go Mask-Optional Starting March 1Baltimore County Schools announced the district will go mask optional March 1. 
State Committee To Consider Board Of Education's Request To Rescind Mask Mandate FridayParents who believe masks have contributed to social and developmental problems in their children have been pushing to get rid of mandatory masks.
Two Bills In State Legislature Could Ease Teacher Shortage, Maryland Education Association SaysThe bill that includes bonuses for support staff would give them $500 a year for two years.
Education Advocates, Lawmakers Celebrate Restoration Of $140M In School Funding For Baltimore, P.G. CountyMaryland advocates and lawmakers celebrated Gov. Larry Hogan's decision to reverse $140 million in cuts to education funding, including $125.5 million in grants for Baltimore City and Prince George's County.