At Target in Mondawmin Mall, megaphone-shaped "college" signs hover over aisles stocked with must-haves for students living on their own — mini-refrigerators, desk lamps, plastic bins, door mirrors and six-packs of microwave popcorn and ramen noodles
Andrea Ingram, the executive director of Grassroots, will be honored by the organization¿s Board of Directors with a reception on Friday, Sept. 5 from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Howard Community College¿s Rouse Foundation Student Services Hall.
In 1971, Laurel High School devoted two days to the radical idea of scrapping the standard curriculum for a non-traditional, student-designed one that was taught, in some cases, by students themselves.
The Board of Education of Carroll County voted to approve a charter agreement with Sustainable Futures, Inc.—a group working to open Carroll County Montessori Public Charter School—at a meeting Wednesday afternoon.
The racial makeup of Harford Community College's student body reflects the overall population of Harford County, but college administrators must work to improve the graduation and retention rates of minority students, as well as increase the number of minority faculty and staff members, according to a progress report on cultural diversity presented to the Board of Trustees Tuesday evening.
This year at the aquarium, 25 students in grades seven through nine are enrolled in the summer program at the National Aquarium where they work with blue crabs and water to investigate what goes on under the sea.
Members of the public, as well as Harford County Public Schools leaders, will have opportunities this month to review educational specifications of the proposed replacement facility for Havre de Grace Middle and High School, as well as get a first look at schematic designs of a building officials expect will accommodate up to 1,600 students.
On Wednesday, a group of middle school students from the Lansdowne Summer Bridge Academy, a free summer enrichment program at Lansdowne Middle School, traveled to the Hippodrome Theatre in Baltimore City to participate in a day of theater programming.
The members of the Harford County Board of Education voted 6-0 Monday in favor of changes to a school system policy regarding weighted grades for advanced courses, but the measure did not pass without significant debate among board members and school system administrators about making the new weights retroactive to prior academic years.
Richard W. "Dick" Bourne, a colorful longtime law professor who retired earlier this year from the University of Baltimore School of Law, died Saturday of pancreatic cancer at his Pylesville farm. He was 71.
By By Frederick N. Rasmussen and The Baltimore Sun
The GED diploma, A+ certification program in information technology at Carroll Community College, which allows students to receive a GED diploma and industry-based certification simultaneously, graduated its first class Thursday.
For a growing number of freshman applicants to universities in Maryland and across the country, it's a second chance – denied admission for the fall, they are offered a slot in the spring semester, often with conditions attached.
Maryland student test scores had the largest one year drop since the administration of the Maryland School Assessment began a decade ago, a result of the transition to a new Common Core curriculum, state education leaders said.