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A student-initiated campus-wide movement spurred the University of Maryland recently to designate additional resources and services to its counseling center. The #30DaysTooLate campaign, led…

  Prince George’s County Executive Rushern L. Baker III (D) faced new pressure to jettison his handpicked education chief on Thursday, when a top ally…

One Republican member of the General Assembly is ready to kiss the “beg-a-thon” goodbye. Del. Patrick L. McDonough (R-Baltimore, Harford) was the only GOP…

Maryland lawmakers shrugged off dire warnings from Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan on Thursday, voting to override the Republican executive’s veto of a controversial school…

Anna, a fifth-grader at Emmorton Elementary School in Bel Air, starts each school day the same way. She designates whether she is a lunch-packer…

Anna, a fifth-grader at Emmorton Elementary School in Bel Air, starts each school day the same way. She designates whether she is a lunch-packer…

State leaders in Maryland signaled on Wednesday that they understand the strong sense of fear many students and parents have regarding school security, and that they…

A state commission has released preliminary recommendations on how to improve education in Maryland but won’t issue its final report — or its price…

A proposal to make community college tuition-free was hailed by educators as a potential game-changer for students from low- and middle-income families. “This can…

A proposal unveiled by General Assembly Democrats would give Maryland voters the opportunity to guarantee that state proceeds from casino gambling benefit public education. “Everywhere…