The Baltimore Sun published a piece Sunday looking back at city schools CEO Gregory Thornton's first year, which was described by supporters and critics as tumultuous.
Reflecting on Gregory Thornton's first year as Baltimore schools CEO, many agree that he's an affable administrator who has faced enormous challenges on the job.
Maryland education department officials said they will be double-checking tens of thousands of government high school assessment exams for errors this summer, after a glitch caused students from around the state to erroneously fail the exam last year.
Roughly 16,000 Maryland students took SATs that were compromised this month, College Board officials confirmed Friday.
When Heritage High School closed its doors for good this week, students and staff were not the only ones displaced. They were joined by John Steinbeck, Ernest Hemingway and William Shakespeare.
Liberty Elementary School closed out the year with high praise from high places, as White House officials lauded the school's technology in its classroom and commitment in its community as a model for the nation.
The students of SquashWise have spent years dispelling the myth that they mindlessly bounce a ball against a wall for hours or are interacting with a fruit. They've attempted to describe the little-known sport in universal terms such as "tennis in a box." Some simply say "Google it."
The Baltimore city school system voted Tuesday to approve a neighborhood school's conversion to a charter school.