We ask (and look to research seeking answers) whether Gov Larry Hogan’s order for Md. schools to start after Labor Day will hurt students academically.
A high school girl was stabbed on a bus Thursday in Texarkana, giving us an opportunity to consider school bus safety initiatives everywhere.
For math students, it’s a calendar problem to schedule 180 school days between Labor Day and June 15. Is it possible mathematically?
Md. schools will have to start after Labor Day, beginning in the 2017-18 school year, by executive order of the governor.
With medical marijuana now approved in several states, research is starting to tell us how to keep it out of kids’ hands, like cigarettes.
A maglev train is being considered between Baltimore and Washington, but as with any design project, benefits and costs must be weighed.
A new educational funding commission in Md. will be chaired by a man with a legacy of expanding spending in the name of “innovation.”
Students play a role in an education campaign aimed at preventing heroin addiction, announced this morning by the lt. gov. of Md.
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.
People are still complaining about the Common Core standards, even in Maryland. This time, it’s about the new governor.