Baltimore City Schools officials discussed what parents, students and staff should expect during the two-week closure of city public schools during a press conference Friday morning.
Baltimore City Schools Superintendent Sonja Brookins Santelises On ClosureBaltimore City Schools officials discussed what parents, students and staff should expect during the two-week closure of city public schools during a press conference Friday morning.
Maryland Bill Would Require Colleges To Disclose All Course CostsA bill being considered in the Maryland General Assembly would require universities, colleges and community colleges to clearly outline free and lower-cost course materials, along with textbook and other fees associated with a course, in the institution’s catalog.
Maryland Residents Surveyed On Education, Taxes, Sports Betting, And Governor'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.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan Proposes Two Bills That Would Help National Guardsman, Veterans With Taxes, Jobs, TuitionNew legislation announced on Wednesday aims to give even greater benefits to those who have fought for our nation.
Maryland Education Superintendent Karen Salmon To Step Down At End Of TermKaren Salmon, the superintendent of Maryland's education department, will not seek another term as the state's top educator and will step down when her term ends in June.
Howard County Schools Will Start Before Labor DayHoward County Public Schools will start before Labor Day.
Coffee With: Susan MoynihanCoffee With: Susan Moynihan
2 Maryland Students Awarded $10,000 Culinary Scholarships Congrats to Ashley Madaras and Grace Schuler who were awarded $10,000 in culinary scholarships.
Mold Found In University Of Maryland Campus AgainFaculty posted photos of mold growing on books and chairs in some University of Maryland classrooms.
Naval Academy: 'Unlikely' Rope And Knot Meant To Be NooseAn investigation at the U.S. Naval Academy has found it is "unlikely" a rope and knot found over a door in a construction area was meant to be a noose, but the possibility could not be definitively ruled out.
Coffee With: World Skills CompetitionWJZ talks to the young lady representing the USA in the World Skills Competition.
Baltimore Among Cities Creating Trauma-Sensitive SchoolsOfficials in Baltimore and other cities are creating unique learning spaces to help students traumatized by violence and poverty.
Air-Conditioning Issues Close 2 Baltimore City Schools EarlyAir-conditioning issues close two Baltimore City schools Monday.
Task Force Working To Make Schools Safer For TeachersAfter several reports of teachers being assaulted by students, a safety task force is asking for stricter policies to make schools safer.
Montgomery County Police Officer Call Black Men Racist Slur; Probe UnderwayA Maryland police officer was recorded using a racist slur to refer to several detained black men.
Baltimore County Schools Adopt ALICE To Combat School ShootersBaltimore County Public Schools adopted ALICE this school year. It stands for Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, Evacuate.
UMUC To Be Renamed 'University of Maryland Global Campus'Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan signed legislation to rebrand University of Maryland University College.
Teachers Set To March In Maryland's CapitalMaryland's largest union says it is expecting thousands of teachers to march on the state capital in a call for increased school funding.
MICA Apologizes For Whites-Only Admission Policy That Barred Black Students In The PastThe Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore has apologized for a past admission policy that barred black students.
FAFSA Fairness Act Allow Students To Fill Out Financial Aid Forms Without ParentsToo many kids can't get the help they need because their parents cannot or will not fill out the financial aid forms.
'If Students Are Sick...Delay Return' UMD Health Official SaysUniversity of Maryland officials sanitized campus over winter break, but are asking students with fevers to delay their return after a student died from Adenovirus in the fall.
Baltimore Teachers Helping To Enroll Students Into SchoolEducators in the city say they need to get as many students enrolled this fall -- not only for their sake, but for the sake of the school system.
10 Md. Schools Score National Blue Ribbon AwardAmy Yensi reports.
Local Group Works To Help Those Living With AutismMike Schuh has more.