Schools in Md. and IL are in bad need of maintenance: one is a quick fix involving chlorine, the other more long-term.
We read that school officials sometimes claim how they’re running their classrooms is “policy” when it’s actually nothing more than an opinion.
A report from Howard County, Md., links eligibility for free lunch in school with college enrollment and completion rates.
A student at Douglass H.S. in Baltimore was charged with attempted murder in connection with an assault on another student at the school.
The Md. governor wants to hear from Baltimore County officials why so many so many students are still sweating to death in Baltimore Co. schools.
The teachers’ union in Md. calls on the state and federal government to reduce the amount of time kids spend on testing.
Were racist remarks made against a former Bears tight end in a wealthy north suburb? Did the school file trumped-up charges against him?
The results from the PARCC tests are going to be bad, and opinion writers, ill-informed as they may be, are trying to warn us.
An artificial turf field will be built at Towson HS in Baltimore County, for the school and a rec council, which will share the cost.
Back-to-school picnics are a great way to bring communities together to celebrate all the good things happening in our schools.