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Workgroup Backs Formula to Increase Education Spending by $4B Over Next Decade

An education funding workgroup passed recommendations on Tuesday that would increase education spending in Maryland by $4 billion annually over the next decade –...

Kirwan Funding Group Recommendation Expected This Week

A funding workgroup is expected to make final recommendations this week for a new plan to fund education reform efforts in the state.The workgroup...
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Frank DeFilippo: State House Spending Spree?

Only a state as wealthy as Maryland can afford a General Assembly as generous as its members. The unanswered question is – to what...

Safety Procedures, Video Monitoring Increase in Md. Schools

By Teresa JohnsonMaryland’s public school systems are continuing to ramp up student safety plans — from bus cameras to active shooter drills.Plans include continuing...

Report: Maryland Should Do More to Prevent School Lunch Shaming

Some Maryland school districts could do more to avoid shaming children whose families struggle to pay for school lunches, according to a report from Maryland...

Partisan Hogan and Bipartisan Hogan in Close Proximity

Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R) was first elected four years and 11 months ago.But he’s still campaigning against his predecessor, Martin J. O’Malley...

MPT to Air an Evening of Nostalgia to Mark 50th Anniversary

Oct. 5, 1969: The Archies’ “Sugar Sugar” topped the charts. Across the pond, “Monty Python’s Flying Circus” debuted on the BBC.In sports, Johnny Unitas...

Theresa Dudley and Diamonté Brown: Underfunding Our Schools Is Undermining Our Future

National news reports recently exposed that Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan has launched a fundraising campaign aimed at derailing a proposal that would dedicate millions...

Blue Ribbon Schools: 8 in Maryland Make the List

Eight schools in Maryland earned the honor of being named a National Blue Ribbon school for 2019, the U.S. Department of Education has announced.According...

Here’s a Look at the New State Laws Taking Effect on Tuesday

Hundreds of Maryland laws are going into effect Tuesday, spanning subjects from criminal justice reform to election law to the state’s medical cannabis commission.A...