Magnet programs are like college majors, allowing students to focus on an area of interest and explore what a career in that field might be like.
US acting ed. secretary John King visited a workshop in Baltimore today, talking about the benefits of maker spaces and career and technical education.
The school board in Frederick Co., Md., wants to know what the state wants them to do when it comes to students who refuse to take state tests.
A candidate for US senator from Md. opines that we should abolish the Md. State Dept. of Ed. Let’s talk.
Legislation now under consideration in Md., IL, and a few other states would provide actual freedom of the press to student newspapers.
An altercation between a Baltimore City school cop and a 16-year-old boy outside a school has caused an investigation to be launched.
We take a look at tech initiatives for learning in our schools and question whether this is really “personalized” learning or just “digital” learning.
The Md. legislature is considering a bill that would recognize school systems that adjust 1st bells in accordance with research-driven teen sleep times.
H.B. 72 will go a long way toward helping kids speak up about sexual abuse and helping teachers recognize when it’s happening.
Should school buses come with seat belts? Data are equivocal, but some Md. legislators want to make seat belts a requirement.