Yumi Hogan, a supporter of the arts and the governor’s wife, recognized talented student artists at her bi-annual art exhibit.
Maryland awarded millions to a few charter schools so they can expand their programs, target internships, and grow.
Evacuations have been ordered along the East Coast, and Maryland’s governor declared a state of emergency to prepare for the storm.
Maryland’s governor wants his new director of Education Accountability to look into reports of corruption and other violations.
Will Md. become the 2nd state to make it tuition-free for students to attend a 4-year state college? It depends.
The Maryland General Assembly convenes tomorrow for its legislative session this year. Education leads the agenda in some ways.
The opioid crisis has caused schools to adjust their services, sometimes beyond the needs of current funding or staffing levels.
While heroin itself appears to have leveled off in Maryland, abuse of other opioids, esp. the synthetic fentanyl, have spiked.
Md.’s gov. wouldn’t sign off on the state board’s school accountability plan, but his objections were based on the use of standardized tests.
The public school privatization argument is worth talking about—if only to bust the myth that it will solve all our problems. It won’t even come close.