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Noting Education Spending Plans, Maryland’s Triple-A Bond Ratings Affirmed

Maryland lawmakers’ education spending plans received a report card of sorts this week from Wall Street: all ‘A’s.The state’s Triple-A bond ratings were reaffirmed...

ISO Real Solutions to Baltimore’s Problems

With Baltimore and its perceived and real social ills atop the news this week, the Regional Economic Study Institute at Towson University has scheduled...

Opinion: UB-Coppin-BCCC Merger Would Preserve History, While Looking Forward

President Kurt Schmoke of the University of Baltimore proposed an awesome idea July 15 in an op-ed in The Baltimore Sun to combine the...
Non-English Speakers

Mixed Reviews on Efforts to Make Government More Accessible to Non-English Speakers

An English speaker researching affordable housing in Montgomery County might turn to the Department of Housing and Community Affairs’ website, where the information is...
Kirwan Commission

Cash for Kirwan Commission Grants Is Flowing to Local School Boards

Money to fund initial recommendations of the Kirwan Commission is flowing to local school systems.More than $65.4 million has been awarded by the Maryland...

Report: These Md. Schools Prepare Students Best For College

By Deb BeltMARYLAND — A new report by Niche.com, which crunches all kinds of data, especially involving schools, has released a new list for...
Baker

Baker, University Teaming Up on Leadership Institute

The University of Maryland is working with former Prince George’s County executive Rushern L. Baker III on a leadership program to help newly elected...

Summertime, and the Unity Is Easy

What a difference a year makes.Last year, the Maryland Black Caucus Foundation held its inaugural summertime unity breakfast – with a hefty legislative agenda...

Audit: Records of 1.4M Students Stored Improperly

The personal information records of more than 1.4 million Maryland students were stored improperly, an audit of the Maryland State Department of Education found.The...

Teachers Across Maryland Flexing Their Political Muscle

Three years ago, Allison Heintz was a 4th grade teacher who had never been politically active. Then Donald Trump was elected president.Heintz attended the...