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Worcester residents say community is behind student success

Worcester residents say community is behind student success

County scores highest across the board on inaugural PARCC exams

New Program Offers Free Meals, Cuts Hunger in Maryland Schools

New Program Offers Free Meals, Cuts Hunger in Maryland Schools

Baltimore City joins list of school systems in Maryland offering free breakfasts and lunches to all students in public schools, regardless of income.

Educational Gender Gap Is Changing Around the World, New Study Finds

Educational Gender Gap Is Changing Around the World, New Study Finds

Women make up the majority of higher education degree-holders, study finds.

African American Museum Kicks Off Countdown to 2016 Grand Opening

African American Museum Kicks Off Countdown to 2016 Grand Opening

To kick off the year-long countdown to its grand opening, the museum hosted a three-night event last month to celebrate the anniversaries of three major milestones in African American history.

Elementary, middle school PARCC scores again fall short of readiness levels

Elementary, middle school PARCC scores again fall short of readiness levels

Fewer than half of Maryland students passed the PARCC exam

Late Maryland Congressman Honored by the University of Maryland

Late Maryland Congressman Honored by the University of Maryland

The late Maryland 7th District Congressman, Parren Mitchell, was honored with the re-naming of the Art-Sociology building at the University of Maryland.

Maryland Students Underperform on New College Readiness Tests

Maryland Students Underperform on New College Readiness Tests

We analyzed the state Department of Education data and found six things you need to know about the exam results.

Elementary Schoolers Learn About Gas Leaks

Elementary Schoolers Learn About Gas Leaks

Elementary schoolers learned about gas safety from Marvel comic books.