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.
This Maryland Teacher's Harry Potter-Themed Classroom Will Make You Want To Go Back To SchoolA Cecil County high school teacher's take on classroom decorating is getting loads of attention -- after she shared videos and photos of the room last week.
Baltimore City Schools Problem Filling Vacancies Down To The WireThe first day of school is in the books for thousands of students in Baltimore City, but some may not have their teacher yet.
Engineering A Love For Science In KidsKevin Jarrett isn’t your typical computer teacher. His students build walls from clay, sand and water. They design parachutes from coffee filters. And it’s perfectly fine if the things they build don’t work the first time.
Frostburg State Has 2-In-1 Teaching Certificate Frostburg State University says it's been approved to offer a 2-in-1 teaching certificate that is unique among Maryland colleges and universities.
Hood College Student Breaks Language BarriersAlex Sardi started her volunteer work at Frederick nonprofit Centro Hispano by folding clothes and answering phones. Sardi, a 19-year-old sophomore majoring in Spanish and art history at Hood College, has moved on to teaching English and, over the past few months, grant writing.
Teacher Now Entering 5th Decade Of TeachingJosita Allen is admittedly old-school.
Professor Retiring After 44 Years Of TeachingVaughn Crowl has the distinction of currently being the longest-serving full-time employee at the college.
Post-9/11 Generation Marks Distance From Historic EventFor the children born on Sept. 11, 2001, the decade has not shown them changes in America. Rather, they have always known things to be as they are -- but for others, the scars linger.
Meeting Set In Baltimore County Over School BudgetThe superintendent of public schools in Baltimore County is set to meet with the County Council about a proposed $1.3 billion budget that would eliminate nearly 200 teaching positions.