Baltimore County Public Schools will be increasing spectator capacity of athletic games beginning as early as Thursday, March 18, 2021, the school system announced Wednesday.
Baltimore County Schools Announces Increased Spectator Capacity For Fall Sports SeasonBaltimore County Public Schools will be increasing spectator capacity of athletic games beginning as early as Thursday, March 18, 2021, the school system announced Wednesday.
Baltimore County Public Schools Announces Plans For Additional In-Person Support For StudentsBaltimore County Public Schools will offer selected students additional in-person academic support on Saturdays and/or after school, based on each school community’s specific needs, the school system announced Wednesday.
Maryland Lawmakers Approve $577M To Settle HBCU LawsuitMaryland lawmakers gave final passage Wednesday to a measure to pay $577 million over 10 years to settle a federal lawsuit alleging discrimination and underfunding at the state's four historically Black colleges and universities.
Teachers, Parents Concerned Following Positive Pooled COVID-19 Test Results In Baltimore SchoolsTeachers, Parents Concerned Following Positive Pooled COVID-19 Test Results In Baltimore Schools
More Baltimore City Public Schools Kids Return To Classroom This WeekBaltimore City schools resumed in-person learning Monday. After welcoming kindergarten through second-grade students in the last couple weeks, another 3,000 to 5,000 students are heading back.
Baltimore County Public Library Getting Rid Of Late Fees For KidsBaltimore County Public Library Getting Rid Of Late Fees For Kids
UMD Extends Optional ACT/SAT Test Scores Through 2023 AdmissionUMD Extends Optional ACT/SAT Test Scores Through 2023 Admission
Johns Hopkins Launches Teacher COVID-19 Vaccination TrackerJohns Hopkins Launches Teacher COVID-19 Vaccination Tracker
Communication Is Crucial As Kids Transition Back To Some In-Person Learning, Medical Expert SaysWhile many students are anxious to get back into their schools, others have anxiety about leaving home. Dr. Todd Peters, Chief Medical Officer for Sheppard Pratt, said the split is 50/50.
Mount St. Mary's Philosophy Professor Facing Calls For Resignation Over Article About Capitol RiotsMount St. Mary’s philosophy professor Joshua Hochschild is facing calls to resign following an article he wrote for a conservative website.
Children's Guild Works To Provide Students With Unique Ways To Learn, Boost Success In The ClassroomMany students across Maryland are starting their first week back in school for in-person learning. Among them are Children’s Guild students.
Baltimore City Public Schools Resumes Spring Sports Season, Starts March 8Baltimore City Public Schools will resume a "nearly traditional" spring sports season, with up to seven weeks of competition.
Bill Would Allow Maryland Students To Enroll In Tuition-Free, Public Virtual SchoolAs some Maryland students begin to head back to the classroom nearly a year after the COVID-19 pandemic began, some state lawmakers have introduced legislation that would give students the option to take part in a full-time online public school program.
Some Maryland Students Head Back To Classroom As Hybrid In-Person Learning BeginsIt was back to school -- in person -- for many Maryland students Monday as hybrid learning begins across most districts.
Montgomery County Schools Adding Electric BusesMontgomery County Schools Adding Electric Buses
University Of Maryland College Park Students Aren't Sequestering Due To COVID-19, Student SaysUniversity of Maryland, College Park students have been told to sequester-in-place after a spike of COVID-19 cases last week. While students were supposed to be staying in their dorms, one student tells WJZ some aren’t following the rules, and the university isn’t enforcing them.
External Cameras On Howard County Schools Buses Will Catch Drivers Who Pass IllegallyIt's illegal to pass a school bus when it's stopping or stopped with a stop sign extended and lights flashing. But over and over again drivers ignore that law and do it anyway, putting the lives of student passengers at risk.
How The Coronavirus Pandemic Is Affecting Our Kids' Mental HealthWhen COVID slammed into our lives last March, pandemic learning and its trickle-down effects quickly became a hot-button issue enveloped in caution and controversy.
Former UPS Driver, Morgan State Alumnus Calvin Tyler Commits $20M For ScholarshipsMorgan State University received a $20 million commitment from alumnus and philanthropist Calvin E. Tyler Jr. and his wife, Tina, to increase an endowed scholarship fund in the Tylers' name.
Maryland Ranked Second Most Educated State In USA new study ranked Maryland the second most educated state in the entire country.
Towson University Will Reopen For Full In-Person Learning, Residential Living In Fall 2021Towson University will reopen for full in-person learning and residential living this fall.
Two High School Juniors Are Finalists For Student Member Of The Baltimore County Board of EducationTwo high school juniors are the finalists for student member of the Board of Education of Baltimore County for the 20201-2022 school year.
Advocate Helps Baltimore's Latino Community Navigate Education System Amid COVID-19 PandemicAn advocate is helping Baltimore's Latino community get the best education for kids.
Schools In Baltimore Region Prepare For Some In-Person Learning, But Teachers Split About SafetyHarford County joins the list of school districts that have a plan to bring students back into the classrooms.