Archive for 'Education'

Governor Hogan Faces His First Board of Public Works

Governor Hogan Faces His First Board of Public Works

Governor Larry Hogan's first Board of Public Works meeting was highlighted by talks on school maintenance and funding.

“The Next MacGyver” Aims To Attract More Women to Engineering

“The Next MacGyver” Aims To Attract More Women to Engineering

A group of engineers and Hollywood producers hopes a show featuring a MacGyver-type lead female character will inspire girls to pursue engineering career paths.

Enrollment in Afterschool Programs Up Nationally; Maryland Lags

Enrollment in Afterschool Programs Up Nationally; Maryland Lags

Maryland lags behind the 2014 national averages for children enrolled in afterschool programs, according to a survey commissioned by the Afterschool Alliance.

Teach For America Responds to Criticism

Co-CEO of Teach For America addresses a drop in applications and criticisms of Teach For America on Wednesday.

Senate Budget and Taxation Committee Hears Bills on School Funding, Free College, Transportation Revenues

Senate Budget and Taxation Committee Hears Bills on School Funding, Free College, Transportation Revenues

A roundup of bills heard Wednesday in the state legislature. Senate Budget and Taxation Committee Hears Bills on School Funding, Free College, Transportation Revenues

Annapolis Roundup

Annapolis Roundup

A roundup of briefs on recent happenings in Annapolis.

In First State of the State Address, Hogan Emphasizes Business, Tax Cuts

In First State of the State Address, Hogan Emphasizes Business, Tax Cuts

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan emphasized a business-friendly environment and tax relief during his State of the State address to the General Assembly on Wednesday.

Maryland State Budget ‘Balanced on the Backs of Our Students’

Maryland State Budget ‘Balanced on the Backs of Our Students’

State legislators and education heavy-hitters gathered at the Maryland State Education Association headquarters in Annapolis Tuesday, rallying for the reversal of Gov. Larry Hogan's proposed $144 million cuts to public education funding.