A Morgan State University professor has recruited six students for the school’s inaugural “Preservation in Practice” program. It's part of an effort to increase the number of African Americans in historic preservation, architecture and urban planning.
There has been much ado over Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the socialist who won the Democratic Party primary for a New York congressional seat last week. Yet this isn’t the first time a major party has nominated a candidate who believes in Medicare and higher education for all.
Contributions are not deductible on your federal tax return. But earnings from a 529 plan do not count as income for federal tax purposes if they are used for qualified education expenses such as tuition fees and books.
The County Council is considering a resolution that would pose a question to the voters in the November election: Should their charter be amended to require the County Council to confirm the county executive’s choice of police chief?
Rob Hiaasen's wryly observant writing style and his generous mentoring of young journalists assured him of a role in several newsrooms, from The Baltimore Sun to, most recently, The Capital Gazette, where he tragically was killed along with colleagues on Thursday.
For the past four years at Loyola University Maryland I have come to find lifelong friendships, amazing mentors and, by the grace of God, a date. I was also able to discover the reason why Donald Trump is president: Overly liberal professors pushing conservatives to the edge.
A Towson professor makes a case for why a bill passed by the state legislature granting free community college tuition to certain students would be the “cause of significant financial and educational regression” in Maryland.
In the wake of online criticism that called a teaching-assistant handbook “discriminatory,” the University of Maryland’s computer science department has removed text that offered different guidance for men and women
Four years after the Maryland State Department of Education began requiring the state’s public schools to give students the PARCC tests, some teachers remain concerned that the online version is helping to widen an achievement gap they’ve spent decades working to close.
Harford County Executive Barry Glassman submitted a nearly $900 million county budget for fiscal 2019 Monday. The budget has no tax increases, but it includes funding for raises for county employees, increased education spending and money for a 24-hour crisis center.
The idea of having graduate students from McDaniel College complete this internship began at Target in 1983 when Dr. Don Rabush, professor of special education, partnered with a group of parents who had children with disabilities.
By Tom Zirpoli — Target Community & Educational Services
“Free tuition” programs like the one Maryland lawmakers approved this week are gaining national momentum, but many of the statewide initiatives are still too new for experts to say how they will turn out in the long run.
Anne J. McCloskey, a retired Loyola University athletic coach and administrator who also co-founded a grassroots crime victims’ rights group, died of pancreatic cancer Saturday at her Towson home. She was 87.
Facing a firestorm of criticism, Sinclair Broadcast Group spent last week defending a controversial on-air promotion in which its TV anchors across the country read identical scripts decrying “fake” news.
Thomas Russell Hubbard, a retired health sciences teacher at the Community College of Baltimore City and Northwestern High School, died of heart failure March 23 at Bon Secours Hospital in Chesapeake, Va. The former Lochearn resident was 90.
An independent audit has found that a program to curb health spending in Maryland has saved hundreds of million of dollars in its first three years, but another study found no direct link between the program and any cost savings or reduced hospital use by patients in its pilot years.
Baltimore Police are seeking three men considered “persons of interest” in an exchange of gunfire in the hallway of an off-campus Morgan State University apartment building on Monday night, they said Tuesday.
Clifford M. Kendall, 85, a businessman, philanthropist and former chairman of the University System of Maryland Board of Regents and board member of the University of Maryland Medical System, died Wednesday evening, according to a statement from Dr. Wallace D. Loh, university president.