Whenever classes return to school buildings, they’re likely to be very different than the day students walked out so suddenly in March.
Protective films around bus drivers, temperature checks at schoolhouse doors, playgrounds marked with social distancing markers.
An outline of a potential school day was drawn from interviews with more than 20 education leaders determining what reopened schools might look like come fall.
The nationwide misalignment between the science of how to teach children to read and how reading is actually taught in most schools has been in the news for more than a year.
Low-income families in Maryland will receive a combined $49 million in additional funding to offset the cost of meals their children would otherwise
Less than three weeks into nationwide school closures because of Covid-19, two narratives have emerged about the role of philanthropy in supporting students through the crisis.
In light of recent events, the Fund [or Education Excellence] asked a group of City Schools’ principals to share their perspectives and experience in grappling with school closures and the COVID-19 crisis.
HB1300/SB1000: Blueprint for Maryland's Future – Implementation
House Committees: Appropriations, and Ways and Means
Hundreds of people filled hearing rooms and rallied in Annapolis on Monday as the General Assembly took the unusual step of convening a joint hearing of four House and Senate committees, which, in the next seven weeks, will determine the fate of a
As business leaders, we strongly support the Kirwan Commission legislation that would dramatically improve education practice, funding and accountability in