Baltimore Student Accepted In Top Scholars ProgramA Patapsco High School student who applied for a program geared towards minority students, called Leadership Enterprise for a Diverse America has been accepted as one of the 100 LEDA scholars.
Bike-To-School Day Could Be Every Day In AnnapolisStudents in Anne Arundel County were celebrating Wednesday morning as hundreds of them participated in Bike-To-School Day.
Teacher Says He Was Suspended For Serving Pancakes During State TestA middle school teacher in Pennsylvania is reportedly heading back to work just days after he was suspended for serving his students pancakes during a state exam.
Bus Driver Turns Into Hairdresser For Girl Who Lost Her MotherA Utah school bus driver has taken on a second job of sorts after one student who lost her mother asked the driver for help.
Maryland Colleges Urge Lawmakers To Extend DACA ProtectionsA day after the president dismantled DACA, Maryland universities fire back in defense of their students.
'Pac Meets Bach' Giving Students Chance To Create, Learn About MusicLiving Classrooms hand-selected 22 students from the surrounding community for a pilot program to encourage creativity and careers in the music industry.
University Of Maryland Students Send Projects To The ISS"Launched in Space" University of Maryland students are working to change the world from the International Space Shuttle.
AACo. Schools Use Robots For Students Who Can't Physically Attend ClassAnne Arundel County Schools has begun using robots to help students who, for any number of reasons, cannot physically attend class.
UMD Students Fed Up With Diversity Issues Following Found NooseMany University of Maryland students remain on edge in College Park after a noose is found hanging inside a fraternity house.
College Becoming Less Affordable For Maryland StudentsDuring this past election cycle, presidential candidates Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton both highlighted increasing college debt.
Baltimore Co. Schools Won't Be Grading Students on Homework, BehaviorA new grading policy is stirring up controversy in Baltimore County after educators decide that students will be graded only on what they learn, not how they behave or if they do their homework.