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The chancellor of Maryland's University System told a Senate committee that institutions of higher education can reduce costs and become more effective by using massive online courses and blended-learning classes.
Gov. O'Malley, Sen. Mikulski and Howard County Executive Ken Ulman celebrated the completion of the One Maryland Broadband Network at Kent Island High School Tuesday, touting the benefits of the faster, more reliable internet at the school.
Libraries in Montgomery County received by bipartisan support on Snapshot Day last Wednesday. The American Library Association's Snapshot Day provides a way for libraries across the country to show the public what happens in a single day.
The National Association of the Deaf, which is suing the University of Maryland for its lack of amenities for deaf fans at sporting events, has successfully sued other athletic organizations over the same issue, including the Washington Redskins, Ohio State University and the University of Kentucky.
Democratic candidates for the governor's mansion are making the education of Maryland's youngest citizens a priority, calling for expanded pre-K schooling
The Maryland Dream Act is saving some undocumented immigrants thousands in tuition, but dreamers in the state still face struggles with their documentation status and job prospects.