This school year, 14 of Maryland’s 24 school systems will not recognize any religious holidays — such as Christmas and Rosh Hashanah – by name.
A survey released last month found that 87 percent of Maryland’s parents are satisfied with their child’s after-school program. But it also found that demand for after-school activities far exceeds the supply.
A group of computer programmers in the Washington area is using coding skills to effect social change, collaborating on public-service projects and teaching underrepresented groups how to code.
A group of community colleges in Maryland will receive nearly $15 million from the U.S. Department of Labor to strengthen job training programs for students pursuing information technology.
Officials from the U.S. Department of Education and the Maryland State Board of Education visited Folger McKinsey Elementary School in Severna Park to witness its efforts to teach students about the environment and reduce its own environmental impact.
The website, Buscando, is the newest phase in Maryland’s response to the needs of unaccompanied immigrant children in the state.