Growing Number of Maryland High School Students Earning College Course Credit

More high school students in Maryland are earning college credit through Dual Enrollment courses within their high schools and local community colleges.

Maryland Voters May Get Opportunity To Have State Regulate Daily Fantasy Sports

Marylanders may get the opportunity to vote on a referendum in November’s General Election and decide if the state should regulate daily fantasy sports.

State Standardized Testing and Kindergarten Assessment Bills Advance In Maryland General Assembly

Education bills that would limit standardized testing and use only a sample size of kindergartners for separate assessments successfully advanced during the past week.

State Revenue Estimates Decreased for the 2017 Fiscal Year, Board Finds

The Board of Revenue Estimates announced decrease in funds for the 2017 fiscal year.

Bill Would Increase Marriage Age in Maryland

Delegate Vanessa Atterbeary is pushing legislation to increase the minimum marriage age to 18 in Maryland.

Committee Bill Roundup in Annapolis

Tech schools; elderly taxes; college savings among the topics discussed.

Bill Would Move Roger Brooke Taney Statue From State Capitol Grounds

A statue of former Supreme Court Chief Justice Roger Brooke Taney could be moved from the state capitol grounds due to a bill being introduced in Annapolis on Wednesday.

Bill Would Require 150 Minutes Weekly of Physical Education for Elementary School Students in Maryland

A bill introduced on Thursday in Annapolis may give elementary school students more physical education time if passed.

State Lawmakers, Officer’s Family Lobby For All-Offender Ignition Interlock Law in Maryland

Bill would lower standard for ignition device to .08 from .15

College Enrollment and Completion Remain Priorities for Caret, University System of Maryland

Some campuses have seen more declines in enrollment than others.