Education Top Budget Priority For Maryland With Record Funding For 2020Gov. Hogan unveiled parts of his plan Thursday calling it "The most money ever spent on education in our state's history,"
New Program Links Love Of Orioles Baseball With STEM EducationThe Baltimore Orioles are focusing on STEM education in Baltimore County.
Hogan Announces $3.5B For Maryland School Construction FundsGov. Larry Hogan has announced plans for $3.5 billion for school construction over five years.
More Schools Banning Backpacks As Students Return To ClassAs parents and children around the country begin heading back to class, more and more schools are banning backpacks from their buildings.
Betsy DeVos Visits Md. School, Hears About Discipline AlternativesSecretary of Education Betsy DeVos will be visiting a Maryland school Thursday to learn how the school encourages positive behavior among students.
School District Forcing Students To Smile In Hallways, Reports SayA Pennsylvania school district is under fire for a policy that allegedly requires students to smile while walking in school hallways.
6 Baltimore-Area Schools Named Best High Schools In MarylandFive Baltimore-area schools are listed in the 10 best high schools in Maryland, according to U.S. News & World Report.
Snow Means Shorter Spring Break For Some Maryland Students Some students in Maryland will have a shortened spring break because of snow.
Should Md. Teachers Be Allowed To Carry Guns On Campus?Five Maryland campuses have been on lockdown at various points this week, including an elementary school in Northwest Baltimore.
Where's The Casino Money That Was Supposed To Fund Md. Schools?When WJZ viewers saw freezing children and broken down city classrooms– suddenly everybody asked “what happened to all the casino money that was supposed to help the schools?”
Baltimore Will Take Another Look At Banning PolystyreneOver the past three years, two counties in Maryland have imposed bans on polystyrene foam products in their restaurants and schools. Now it's Baltimore City's turn to again consider following suit in getting rid of a product that makes up 85 percent of its litter.