Back To School Could Look Very Different For Maryland Students This Fall: Alternating In-Person Learning, Focusing On Core Subjects Among ProposalsSchools in Maryland are closed through the rest of the academic year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but now officials are looking to the fall and how they might reopen schools.
Coronavirus Closings: Maryland Schools Will Remain Closed Through Academic YearMaryland officials announced that Maryland schools will remain closed for the rest of the academic year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Latest: MPSSAA Cancels All Spring Sports, Events For Rest Of School YearThe Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association has officially canceled all MPSSAA events for the rest of the school year. 
Coronavirus Latest: Maryland Extends Public Schools Closure Until April 24; Officials Looking At Summer School OptionsMaryland public schools will be closed through April 24. 
Coronavirus Impacts: Maryland Extends Public Schools Closure. Here's What Some Parents Are SayingAs the number of coronavirus cases continues to climb, so does the number of weeks Maryland public schools will remain closed.
Coronavirus In Maryland: Universities Move Online, What Does This Mean For K-12 SchoolsThis week, Johns Hopkins University and Morgan State University and McDaniel University will finish their spring semesters online. 
Gov. Hogan To Introduce Bill To Require Maryland Public Schools To Start After Labor DayThis new bill would overturn the current law allowing local school boards to decide when the academic year should begin. 
Maryland Educators Urge Voters To Approve Ballot QuestionSupporters say $500 million annually will be added to public education once phased in, if voters approve in November.
Baltimore County Public Schools May Remove Jewish Holidays From CalendarStudents, parents, and teachers in Baltimore County could see two holidays wiped off the school calendar for the first time in 20 years. The school board is considering keeping doors open for the Jewish High Holidays.
Advocates Want Less Testing In Md. Schools, Rank 49th For Test PrepAdvocates are calling for fewer standardized tests in Maryland's public schools.
Lawmakers Discussing Bill To Start Md. Schools After Labor DaySchool scheduling controversy --should summer vacation end after labor day?