Be a part of history and join what could be 10 million novice programmers everywhere up for an hour of computer programming during the week of Dec 9-15.
With the recent release of one of the most violent video games on the market and a hit-and-run/kidnapping spree in Alabama, we look at the connection between video games and teen violence.
Baltimore County Public Schools will hold a Magnet Expo Saturday in Timonium in order to show parents and students in its schools what the magnet programs have to offer.
NASA scientists have confirmed that Voyager I is traveling in interstellar space, about 15 billion miles from Earth on its continuing mission, which began in 1977.
The inventor of a device that, when fitted to wheels on skateboards, solves many problems skateboarders have, is seeking financial backing to go into production.
Many high school seniors need to know about the Common Application, which streamlines the application process for about 500 colleges and universities.
A “learn to read” app is evaluated in the NY Times. We agree with their findings that Learn with Homer is engaging and can help very young children develop good reading skills.
Social media gets a new push from Howard County school officials, and students (and their parents and teachers) are being told to use social media responsibly.
A newly developed, low-tech test for concussions may make diagnosing concussions easier on the sidelines during collision sports like football and boys’ lacrosse.
A social website, Ask.fm. has sprung up in usage over the past few months among American teenagers, and it has some not-so-hidden dangers.