Md. Sen. Van Hollen Urges Passage Of Education Funding Measure Maryland Sen. Chris Van Hollen is scheduled to join Nevada Rep. Susie Lee to call for passage of a bill to promote public education funding.
Orioles Honor City Schoolteacher, Offer Tickets To Entire Afterschool ProgramFrom the classroom to the ballpark, a Baltimore City Schools teacher is enjoying his title of Birdland Community Hero.
Md. Senate OKs Education Funding Bill The Maryland Senate has approved an education funding measure to begin a major investment in schools with bipartisan support.
Push To Build More High Schools Could Bump Taxes In Baltimore CountyFor every new high school, $9 million is added to the county's operating budget for the next 20 years- which would likely mean a tax increase for Baltimore County, even with help from the state.
Johns Hopkins Schools Of Public Health, Nursing Ranked No. 1Johns Hopkins University was ranked the top public health school by U.S. News & World report.
101-Year-Old Tennis Player Helps Upgrade Goucher College's Tennis CenterShe may be 101, but Evelyn Dyke Schroedl will still beat you in doubles- on the new tennis courts that will soon be her namesake. 
Gov. Hogan's Bill To Increase Tech Education Killed In The Senate CommitteeThe bill was voted down 6-4 along party lines in the Education, Health and Environmental Affairs Committee.
Baltimore Ravens, M&T Bank Host Touchdown For Teachers ProgramThe Baltimore Ravens will host their sixth-annual Touchdown for Teachers program, presented by M&T Bank, which recognizes local teachers for outstanding service to their schools and communities.
Notre Dame Preparatory School Connects Through Tradition With English Prep SchoolA beloved tradition, "Gym Meet" will have classes at Notre Dame Preparatory School compete to take home a coveted cup of school spirit and glory Friday.
MICA Apologizes For Whites-Only Admission Policy That Barred Black Students In The PastThe Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore has apologized for a past admission policy that barred black students.
Senate Votes To Overturn Order To Start Schools After Labor DayThe Senate has overturned Gov. Hogan's executive order to start schools after Labor Day.