Legislation seeks increase in education funding according to recommendations from the Kirwan Commission

Lawmakers urged the General Assembly to approve a funding plan based on the “Blueprint for Maryland’s Future.” The proposed legislation is an outgrowth of the work being done by the Kirwan commission which is looking at ways to improve Maryland’s school system and provide students with the resources to succeed in college and their careers.

High school culinary talents put to the test in annual competition

High school culinary talents are put to the test in annual competition

Bill proposes age limits on tackle football for young athletes

Good Counsel High School freshman William Leatherwood has been playing tackle football since second grade. Leatherwood says playing tackle football for so many years has helped get him to Good Counsel and their athletic program. But that could change for younger athletes in the future.

Students turn trash into artistic treasure for annual competition

One persons trash is another persons treasure, students across Maryland may have you thinking twice before you throw your trash out.

Battle over requiring helmets for female lacrosse players

Protective helmets are often required for bicyclists, bikers and some sports, like football. But when it comes to lacrosse young men and boys who play the sport are required to wear them but girls and women usually are not. And some suggest it may time to change those rules.

Montgomery County Council student town hall meeting tackles racial inequality

Dozens of students of all ages packed the house at the sixth annual Montgomery Council Student Town Hall meeting to express their concerns about their local community.

Female Kicker in Maryland

Naomi Gross is a senior football player at Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School and is the teams first female kicker.

Theater Tech Training Helps To Turn Young Lives Around

Kids from local high schools take part in a theater technician after-school training program at Joe’s Movement Emporium in Mount Rainier.

Teens Free to Have Fun and be Loud…At a Library

The Bowie Branch Library in Prince George’s County recently opened a new “Teen Zone” creating a safe place for students to do anything they want…and be as loud as they want.

Obama Unveils Job Prep Program at P.G. School

President Barack Obama visited Bladensburg High School Monday to unveil a new grant program to better prepare graduates for a changing job market.