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Online university cuts jobs even as the state prepares to offer across-the-board raises to government workers.

‘I absolutely love to teach, but I hate the job of a teacher,’ 14-year veteran who left the profession says.

Baltimore County Executive John A. Olszewski Jr. (D) said retaining teachers was an impetus for the agreement now.

This past legislative session, the Maryland Nurses Association supported a measure that would have ensured there would be a nurse in every school.

Former U.S. Education Secretary speaks out at the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation’s annual conference.

Blueprint board reviews how to assess whether state and local officials execute multi-billion-dollar education plan.

University of Maryland welcome sign

Thousands of families participate in Maryland’s ‘529’ programs, to save for their kids’ college. Now, many must wait to access their funds.

Recovery

Educators, public school administrators and students join committees to boost comprehensive education plan.

Chair of legislature’s audit committee calls findings ‘pretty broad and big.’

Mental health remains a challenge among America’s youth detailed in 2022 Kids Count Data Book from the Annie E. Casey Foundation.