Failure Rates Doubled Or Tripled During Second Semester At Most Maryland Public Schools, New Report ShowsAs Maryland schools continue to allow more students to come back to in-person learning this week, a new report shows that most of the public school systems saw failure rates double or triple during their second semester.
More Students Return To In-Person Learning In Maryland This WeekMore Maryland students returned to in-person learning this week.
24 New COVID Cases Reported Within Baltimore City Schools, Teacher's Union SaysBaltimore City Schools' Teacher Union said its received notification of 24 new COVID-19 cases across 19 different schools Thursday afternoon.
In-Person Learning At Belair-Edison School Suspended Thursday Due To COVID-Related Staffing ChallengeIn-person learning at The Belair-Edison School will be suspended on Thursday, March 18 due to a COVID-related staffing challenge.
COVID In Maryland: School Reopening Plans For Every DistrictMaryland school districts had to plan to have some students return to in-person learning starting March 1. Here's a breakdown county-by-county.
Some Maryland Students Head Back To Classroom As Hybrid In-Person Learning BeginsHybrid learning begins across most districts in Maryland Monday, March 1.
Local Parents Express Mixed Reactions About Calls For Schools To Move To Hybrid In-Person LearningParents, students and teachers are expressing mixed reactions about the risk of in-person learning amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Baltimore City Schools Expanding In-Person Learning Options Starting Feb. 16Baltimore City Public Schools will expand in-person learning options starting February 16.
'Re-Open BCPS' Group Rallies To Bring Students, Teachers Back To Classrooms For In-Person LearningParents and students rallied in Towson on Wednesday, calling for Baltimore County Public Schools to bring back in-person learning.
Hundreds Of Harford, Carroll County Students Return To In-Person Learning; Some Stay Virtual Due To PandemicSchools in Harford and Carroll Counties reopened on a limited basis Monday with some students in the classroom for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic began.