How 'Regular School' Parents Can Homeschool Their KidsThe coronavirus has turned caregivers around the world into homeschoolers.
Coronavirus Closings: Maryland Public Schools Ordered To Close March 16-27At a news conference Thursday afternoon, officials announced all public schools in the state will be closed next week and through Friday, March 27. School-sanctioned travel is also canceled.
Coronavirus Closings: Maryland, DC Universities Extending Spring Breaks, Shifting To Online ClassesSeveral universities in Maryland are making changes on campus due to coronavirus concerns -- some even switching to online classes. 
Bill Would Require Maryland Colleges To Disclose All Course CostsA similar measure was passed in Oregon in 2015, in order to make the material more affordable and accessible to students, Kindra said.
Navy Is Overhauling Education System As US Advantages ErodeIt plans to unify the schools within the existing naval university system, similar to a state university system, and invest in them, as well as enact new policies to encourage and reward those who pursue professional military and civilian education.
Baltimore City Schools Graduation Rate Went Down Slightly In 2019, First Year Of More 'Rigorous' Graduation RequirementsOverall, a third of City Schools' high schools had an increase in their four-year graduation rates, according to a City Schools release.
Baltimore Ravens, M&T Bank 'Touchdown For Teachers' Program Looking For Nominations For Outstanding Local TeachersTo nominate a teacher, complete the online nomination form by April 3.
Delaware State University Registrar Sentenced In Bribery SchemeA former Delaware State University registrar convicted of taking bribes to arrange in-state tuition rates for out-of-state students was sentenced to just over a year in prison.
Hundreds Rally In Favor Of Kirwan Education LegislationHundreds of students, teachers and education advocates rallied Monday in support of a bill that would increase state spending on education by billions of dollars annually.
Gov. Hogan Appoints Maryland's First Education Inspector General Richard P. Henry To Serve As 'Schools Watchdog'Governor Larry Hogan appoints Richard P. Henry as the state's first Inspector General for Education. 
Maryland House Approves $2.2 Billion For School ConstructionSchool construction funding in Maryland would increase by $2.2 billion over five years, under a measure approved by the House of Delegates on Friday.