Coppin State President To Step Down At School Year's EndThe first female president of Coppin State University has announced she'll step down at the end of the school year.
Monarch Academy Students Petition To Keep School OpenDozens of students from Baltimore's Monarch Academy delivered more than 1,000 letters and petitions to the office of Mayor Catherine Pugh and City Council President Jack Young on Thursday.
New Center Supports Baltimore County Teachers By Providing School Supplies At No CostBaltimore County teachers are getting a school supply boost.
Merriam-Webster Announces 'Justice' Is Word Of the YearThe dictionary credits the increase in searches to national debates, including racial justice, social justice and economic justice.
Army Initiative Encourages Young People To Explore STEM FieldsThe Undersecretary of the Army is discussing ways to include city students in the Army's national initiative to get young people in touch with stem-related fields. 
Baltimore Teacher Attacked Speaks Out, Forgives Student Who Hit HerThe Baltimore City School teacher at the center of a viral video showing her being punched in the face said she wants to put an end to all the speculation that came with the release of the video, mainly rumors that she is seeking revenge. 
School Board Seeks Clarification On Superintendent HiringThe Baltimore County School Board will challenge the state superintendent's authority to block the hiring of Verletta White as the next county leader.
Baltimore Teacher Replaces Lesson Plans With RapsUsing her students' favorite tunes, Mahmood transforms physics lessons into catchy rap songs.
Md. Elementary School Celebrates 'Unity Day' For National Anti-Bullying MonthThe children listened and learned on their Unity Day at the Anne Arundel County elementary school. They celebrated the Unity Day for National Anti-Bullying Month.
Baltimore Teachers Helping To Enroll Students Into SchoolEducators in the city say they need to get as many students enrolled this fall -- not only for their sake, but for the sake of the school system.
Governor Announces $19 Million In Education FundingMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan is announcing $19 million in education funding to implement some of the recommendations of a high-profile commission.
Maryland Curbs Inmate Access To Books, Citing Drug SmugglingMaryland is limiting the access prison inmates have to books, saying it's necessary to keep drugs from entering state prisons.
Towson University Builds $180M New Science BuildingTowson University announced Tuesday its new science building will be finished by August 2020.
Teacher Says He Was Suspended For Serving Pancakes During State TestA middle school teacher in Pennsylvania is reportedly heading back to work just days after he was suspended for serving his students pancakes during a state exam.
Flip the script: Cursive Sees Revival In School InstructionCursive writing is looping back into style in schools across the country after a generation of students who know only keyboarding, texting and printing out their words longhand.