Maryland Lawmakers Announce $7.5M In Federal Funding To Help Establish Center of Excellence For 2D Materials At Morgan State UniversityMaryland lawmakers announced $7.5 million in federal funding for Morgan State University to help establish the Center For Advanced Electro-Photonics with 2D materials. It is the first of its kind at any Historically Black College or University. 
‘We Really See A Crisis’ Top Maryland Educators Alarmed Over Looming Teacher Shortage Exacerbated By Covid PandemicCheryl Bost, a veteran educator and the head of Maryland’s teachers’ union, the Maryland State Education Association, told WJZ every school system in the state is having trouble filling positions, and the pandemic has sent those shortages into overdrive.
Classroom Concerns: 16,559 Students Quarantined, 4,042 Confirmed Student Covid-19 Cases In Maryland SchoolsAt least,16,559 students have been quarantined, along with 784 staff members since schools reopened.
New Innovative Academic Building Opens At Loyola University MarylandStudents at Loyola University Maryland now have access to some of the latest technology and innovative classrooms right in the heart of their campus.
MVA's Bus Driver Day To Streamline Process For Applicants To Get Commercial LicenseA school bus driver shortage is affecting states across the country including Maryland. In response, Gov. Larry Hogan has directed the Maryland Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Administration to take steps to make sure school bus drivers are able to obtain proper testing and credentials as quickly as possible.
The Homecoming Football Game Returned To Franklin High School On Friday, But The Dance Did NotAll eyes were on the football field Friday night at Franklin High School. After a year of canceled events, the school's homecoming football game was back, despite school officials canceling the homecoming dance for all public schools.
'It's Really Unfortunate': Students In Anne Arundel County React To News Of Postponed Homecoming DancesFor the second year in a row, Anne Arundel County Public Schools have been forced to alter their homecoming plans because of the pandemic.
Morgan State Professor Files Lawsuit Against University Stating That She Was Paid Less Than Her Male ColleaguesA Morgan State University professor is suing the school after she says that for years, she’s been paid less than her male colleagues whose qualifications match hers.
'It's Terrible': Frustrated Parents In Anne Arundel County React To School Bus Driver Shortages, Officials Say They Are Working To Resolve ProblemFamilies in Anne Arundel County are feeling what is being called a nationwide school bus driver shortage and some say the shortage is being exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Anne Arundel County Public Schools To Require Employees & High School Student Athletes To Be Vaccinated Against COVID-19 Or Submit To Weekly TestingOfficials announced that Anne Arundel County Public Schools will require employees along with high school student-athletes to be vaccinated against COVID-19 or to submit to weekly testing. 
23 High School, College Students To Serve On Maryland Youth Advisory CouncilTwenty-three high school and college students from 10 Maryland counties will serve one-year terms on the Maryland Youth Advisory Council, according to a statement Friday from Gov. Larry Hogan's Office of Crime Prevention, Youth and Victim Services.
For The Third Day In A Row, Some Baltimore City Schools Were Forced To Dismiss Early Due To Lack Of Air ConditioningFirst it was the pandemic, now it's these summer-like temperatures, interrupting learning for thousands of students.
Baltimore City Schools Without AC To Dismiss At Noon Monday, Sept. 13Officials announced that Baltimore City Schools without air conditioning will dismiss at 12 p.m. Monday, Sept. 13. 
Maryland General Assembly Committee To Vote On Statewide School Mask MandateAs COVID cases rise and students return to the classroom, a General Assembly committee is getting ready to vote on the mask mandate for all Maryland public schools.
Henderson-Hopkins School To Celebrate Opening Of New Track And Field MondayBaltimore Mayor Brandon Scott and Ron Daniels, president of Johns Hopkins University, will lace up their running shoes and run two ceremonial laps Monday to celebrate the grand opening of the new track and field at the Elmer A. Henderson: A Johns Hopkins Partnership School.