Md. releases PARCC results to parents, districts grapple with budgets, some schools without heat, and some very artistic students.
A testing consortium has released information as a guide to help parents, teachers, and students navigate the large set of released test questions.
Engaging students in gym class isn’t easy. It can require creative thinking on the part of PE teachers. That’s what happens in Howard County.
The change to H.S. start times in 1 Md. county from 7:17 to 8:30 AM can’t come soon enough for leaders of key parent groups.
Happy New Year! ESSA, #BlackLivesMatter, floods & tornadoes, concussions, charters, teachers’ strikes, corruption: the big stories of 2015.
The Md. Dept. of Natural Resources is asking the public, including school groups, to weigh in on a proposed wildlife action plan.
No action is indicated at the state level to impose regulations on schools or dictate the number of hours students should spend on tests.
The world record for Rubik’s Cube fell in Maryland last month, but for other speed cubers, it’s done in the name of service and fun.
A teenager stabbed in a Baltimore City school has died as a result of his injuries. A suspect is in custody.
Students who fight on the bus and cause substantial disruption are subject to strong disciplinary action, like this 6th grader in Prince George’s County.