Concerns persist over school system for juvenile offenders

ANNAPOLIS, Maryland — Various systematic issues within the Maryland’s Juvenile Services Education System have consistently interfered with students receiving instruction at the same quality as that available to pupils in state schools, according to quarterly reports from an independent monitoring unit.

MD public schools eating fresh and local for farm to school week

Caroline County students joined the ranks of Maryland schools celebrating Farm to School Week across the state this week. Students enjoyed both preparing and eating entirely homegrown lunches while learning to support their local businesses.

Experts and Parents Face Off on Common Core

Parents and education experts argued the pros and cons of Common Core in front of the Maryland House Ways and Means Committee.

In Novel Maryland Program, Children Help Parents Learn English

The Montgomery County Literacy Council is taking an intergenerational approach to helping adults with low-levels of literacy learn English — through the help of their children.

Maryland In-Classroom Breakfast Program Proves Fruitful, Yet Most Schools Starved For Funding

Research indicates that students who participate in the Maryland Meals for Achievement Classroom Breakfast Program perform better in school, but less than half of all eligible schools participate due to a lack of funding.