Coronavirus Closings: Maryland Public Schools Ordered To Close March 16-27At a news conference Thursday afternoon, officials announced all public schools in the state will be closed next week and through Friday, March 27. School-sanctioned travel is also canceled.
Goucher Poll: Maryland Residents Surveyed On Education, Taxes, Sports Betting, And Hogan's Job PerformanceAccording to a new Goucher College poll, Marylanders recognized the need for improvements for public education, but were largely unaware of the Kirwan Commission.
Gilman School Hires Firm To Investigate 1990s Sexual Abuse By Former Coach Martin MeloyA prestigious all-boys private school in Baltimore is hiring a firm to investigate sexual assaults that occurred between students and a staffer in the 1990s. 
Firefighter Injured Battling Blaze At Annapolis Law OfficeA law office in Annapolis caught on fire early Monday morning.
'I Want To Stay With My Friends' | Protests Continue Against Howard County School Redistricting Plan At HearingsOf the more than 80 people who spoke out, no one agreed with the plan to send students to new schools. 
Beechfield Elementary And Middle School Dismissed Early TuesdayDue to repair work in the gymnasium, Beechfield Elementary/Middle School dismissed at 1 p.m. Tuesday. 
Baltimore County Asking Board Of Education To Start School Before Labor Day Next YearPeople will have a chance to voice their opinion on the school calendar until October 22. They will make their final decision in November.
Baltimore City Schools Without AC Close 2 Hours EarlyBaltimore City Public Schools without air-conditioning are closing two hours early.
Maryland House Speaker Urges Support For More School FundingMaryland's House speaker is urging her colleagues in the Legislative Black Caucus of Maryland to make a robust education funding plan its top priority.
Anne Arundel County Schools Get $9.7M In Construction Contracts For 30 Schools, $800K To Go To Security VestibulesSome schools will be getting some new upgrades, as the Board of Education of Anne Arundel County approved more than $9.7 million in construction contracts for work at 30 schools across the county on Wednesday. 
Maryland Teachers Union Led Spending On LobbyingThe Maryland State Education Association spent the most money on lobbying in the state capital during the latest filing period.