Another Baltimore City student lost to gun violence

Another student from Renaissance Academy was lost to gun violence on Feb. 29. Click here to read more. CONTINUE >>

City School Board standing in the way of opportunity for low income students

City school board stands in the way of opportunity for low-income children. Click here to read more. CONTINUE >>

Education Advocates ask for more money for Baltimore

Baltimore education advocates make plea for more money. Click here to read more. CONTINUE >>

Baltimore City Schools file counterclaims against charters

City Schools has filed counterclaims against the lawsuit brought by several charter schools. Click here to read more. CONTINUE >>

Baltimore Montessori school to let more neighborhood kids attend

Baltimore Montessori school will take more neighborhood students. Click here to read more. CONTINUE >>

Maryland is number one in passing AP Tests

Maryland is number one in the nation for the 10th straight year in passing AP Tests. Click here to read more. CONTINUE >>

State Board considers two-tier diploma system

The Maryland State Board of Education is considering changing the way students earn diplomas. Click here to read more. CONTINUE >>

School Board to Vote on whether to allow neighborhood kids to attend charter school

City school board to decide if charter should welcome students who live nearby. Click here to read more. CONTINUE >>

Student Activist want boost in services for immigrants

Student activists call on officials to boost resources for immigrants. Click here to read more. CONTINUE >>

MD Legislative Leaders vow to do something about too much testing

Maryland legislative leaders vow action on overtesting. Click here to read more. CONTINUE >>