Former UPS Driver, Morgan State Alumnus Calvin Tyler Commits $20M For ScholarshipsMorgan State University received a $20 million commitment from alumnus and philanthropist Calvin E. Tyler Jr. and his wife, Tina, to increase an endowed scholarship fund in the Tylers' name.
Anne Arundel County Teachers Return To Classrooms To Prepare For Start Of Hybrid LearningAnne Arundel County teachers returned to their classrooms Wednesday to prepare for a hybrid learning model that is set to begin March 1.
Maryland Ranked Second Most Educated State In USA new study ranked Maryland the second most educated state in the entire country.
Some Maryland School Districts Begin Hybrid Learning TuesdaySome Maryland school systems are back in the building as of this week.
UMB Launches New Master's Degree, Certificate In Violence ReductionThe University of Maryland Baltimore is launching a unique new program: a master's degree and a certificate in vulnerability and violence reduction.
Towson University Will Reopen For Full In-Person Learning, Residential Living In Fall 2021Towson University will reopen for full in-person learning and residential living this fall.
Maryland Offers 1M COVID-19 Tests, 'Unlimited Supply' Of PPE To School Systems Until June As Gov. Hogan Continues Call For In-Person InstructionGov. Larry Hogan promised rapid COVID-19 tests and an "unlimited supply" of PPE for schools during a press conference Thursday.
Schools In Baltimore Region Prepare For Some In-Person Learning, But Teachers Split About SafetyHarford County joins the list of school districts that have a plan to bring students back into the classrooms.
Maryland Bill Would Allow Therapy Dogs In SchoolsA bill in the Maryland state legislature would require public schools to allow the use of therapy dogs across the state.
Maryland House Of Delegates Override Hogan's Veto Of Measure To Boost School FundingHouse Democrats are pushing to pass a bill that will increase funding for Maryland schools, but Gov. Larry Hogan is making clear he's not on board.
Advocate Helps Baltimore's Latino Community Navigate Education System Amid COVID-19 PandemicAn advocate is helping Baltimore's Latino community get the best education for kids.
Maryland House Overrides Veto Of K-12 Education MeasureThe Maryland House of Delegates voted Monday to override Gov. Larry Hogan's veto of a comprehensive K-12 education measure that would boost school funding by billions of dollars over a decade's time.
Howard County Educators Begin Getting First Dose Of COVID-19 Vaccine, But Some Worry Process Won't Be Fast EnoughHoward County’s health department is rolling out COVID-19 vaccinations for educators to speed up the return to school, but there’s not enough to go around.
Baltimore City Schools Delay Expanded In-Person Learning To MarchBaltimore City Schools will not expand its optional in-person learning until the first two weeks of March 2021.
Gov. Hogan Focuses On Economic Help, COVID-19 Vaccines, Schools In State Of The State AddressGov. Larry Hogan highlighted economic relief, COVID-19 vaccination and education in his annual State of the State speech on Wednesday night.