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Opinion: A Pathway for Baltimore’s Student Leaders

We share common experiences in life that connect most of us. Getting our first job. Starting to take responsibility for making a difference in...

Coalition Hosting Dozens of Forums to Push for Education Funding

Maryland education advocates will hold two dozen meetings over the next few months to drum up support for a multibillion-dollar education reform proposal.The forums...

Montgomery Schools May Once Again Open Before Labor Day

According to Montgomery County education officials, two of three calendar options under consideration for the 2020-2021 school year include a pre-Labor Day start.Labor Day...

Sewage Backs Up in This Air Force Daycare. Money to Fix it Is Going...

About once every other month, sewage backs up into the classrooms, restrooms and the kitchen at a child development center inside Joint Base Andrews...

On a Day of Record Heat, Agency Advances AC Projects – With a Notable...

On a steamy September day that saw dozens of schools in the Baltimore region close early or not open at all, state officials approved...

Businesses, Lobbyists Bankroll College’s Fundraising Drive for Miller Leadership Institute

The College of Southern Maryland has launched a fundraising campaign to establish a leadership institute it plans to name in honor of a long-serving...

HBCU Coalition Asks Legislators to Settle Lawsuit, With $577M Offer

There’s renewed determination in corners of Annapolis to settle a 13-year lawsuit by historically black colleges and universities against the state of Maryland –...

Best Colleges in Maryland: New U.S. News Rankings for 2020

Maryland has the nation's 10th-highest ranking university, with another five national schools in the state making the list compiled by U.S. News & World...

Md. Officials Press DeVos to Fix Flawed Loan Forgiveness Program

More than three dozen Maryland lawmakers are calling on U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos to answer questions about the Public Service Loan Forgiveness...

UMD Setting Trend With ‘Cool Foods’ in Dining Halls

The University of Maryland became the first university system this semester to sign the Cool Foods Pledge to reduce the environmental footprint of campus...