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.
There’s a battle in Md. over funding for schools, a few million of which is destined to provide extra financial support for the state’s pension fund.
Md. has a new charter school law. It’s not everything the Republican governor wanted, but it does create good opportunities for charters in the state.
The Md. General Assembly has completed its business in the first legislative session in Larry Hogan’s first term as governor. A few bills deal with education.
Charter school reform and legislation that would give people who contribute to private schools a tax credit led the new governor’s education agenda.