Who's Eligible? Maryland Authorizes Pfizer Booster Shots For Vulnerable Adults In Coronavirus FightMaryland immediately authorized Pfizer booster shots following the CDC director’s stamp of approval. Those eligible include everyone age 65 and older who has been fully vaccinated for six months, adults with certain underlying health conditions, adults living in congregate living, and those at risk because of their job.
As Schools Reopen, Experts Say Quarantines Are Still Necessary To Stop The Spread Of COVID-19Millions of children are back in the classroom for the new school year, but most aren't vaccinated yet. With children now accounting for more than a quarter of weekly COVID-19 cases nationwide, many communities are turning to a familiar public health tool: quarantines.
Baltimore City Public Schools Expands Vaccine Requirements To Student-AthletesFollowing a spring announcement that all school-based staff must be vaccinated or submit to weekly testing for COVID-19, Baltimore City Public Schools on Wednesday expanded its protocols to include student-athletes and all other staff.
‘There Was A Literal Roar of Rage From The Crowd’ Debate Over Mask Mandates In Maryland Schools Turns UglySchools are just about to reopen, and mandates surrounding masks and vaccines are causing controversy.
Baltimore County Schools To Require Proof Of Covid-19 Vaccination Or Weekly Testing For StaffBaltimore County Schools announced Tuesday that they will require employees to show proof of covid-19 vaccination or to submit to weekly testing. 
How McDaniel's Summer Reading Program Benefits Teachers & StudentsFor 40 years McDaniel College has conducted a clinical reading program for its Master's Students called the McDaniel Summer Reading Program.
School District To Receive Additional Funding To Upgrade Outdated HVAC Systems In Baltimore City SchoolsTwo dozen Baltimore City Schools currently do not have air conditioning and on some of the hotter days, those schools are forced to close or let out early.
National Aquarium Hosts 'Shell-Abration' To Celebrate Students, Parents, & TeachersA beloved event at the national aquarium returned this year but instead of the annual "grade a event" organizers transformed it into an all-out school shell-abration.
Maryland School Officials Ask That Teachers, School Staff And Child Care Professionals Be Added To COVID Vaccine Priority ListMaryland Schools Superintendent Dr. Karen Salmon is requesting that teachers, school staff and child care professionals be added to the priority list for the COVID-19 vaccine.
One In Four Teachers At Greater Risk From Coronavirus, According To AnalysisNearly 1.5 million teachers are at higher risk of serious illness if they contract coronavirus, according to an analysis released Friday evening.
Baltimore County Public School Teachers To Air Lessons On TV, YouTube During COVID-19 PandemicBaltimore County Public Schools will air teacher-produced instructional content starting Wednesday, April 15 on television.