Watch teams of youth complete robotic challenges with Legos® based on this year’s theme, “Nature’s Fury,” in a FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) qualifier tournament on Saturday, December 14, 2013 at Anne Arundel Community College (AACC).
Anne Arundel Community College’s Child Development Center recently was awarded the highest rating, a Maryland EXCELS Level 5, from the Maryland State Department of Education indicating high-quality education for preschool-aged children.
The Andrew G. Truxal Library at Anne Arundel Community College received an Award of Merit from the Philadelphia Chapter of the American Institute of Architects.
In honor of American Education Week- November 18-22, 2013, the students at Leith Walk Elementary/Middle School in northeast Baltimore were given an activity to help reinforce the theme for American Education Week's tagline, "Great Public Schools: A Basic Right and ...
In honor of American Education Week, November 18-22, 2013, the students at Leith Walk Elementary/Middle School in northeast Baltimore were given an activity to help reinforce the theme for American Education Week's tagline, "Great Public Schools: A Basic Right and ...
1954 was a notable year. The United States Supreme Court ruled in unanimous decision that segregation in public schools was unconstitutional in the landmark case of Brown v Board of Education.
The U.S. Department of Education is legally prohibited from having any control over curriculum or instruction in the nation's public schools, but nonetheless Secretary of Education Arne Duncan is a zealous advocate of the new Common Core standards for students' ...
Maryland Public Television’s (MPT) broadcast of “You Can Afford College” airs on Monday, November 25, 2013, at 8 p.m.
Liisa Franzen spoke in awe of how quickly St. Mary’s College of Maryland’s Baltimore City Scholarship program has grown at the school.
Still unconvinced higher education is driven by business interest rather than academic best interest of its students?
Anne Arundel Community College (AACC) is one of 12 community colleges in the country selected to participate in the Walmart “Brighter Futures 2.0 Project,” which is supported by a $3.5 million grant from the Walmart Foundation to the League for ...
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Recognizing how important the first year of college is for most students, Coppin State University officials developed an intensive summer orientation and acclimation program they said would help everyone get off to a great post-high school start.
Getting ready for the arrival of a new baby can cost families hundreds, perhaps thousands of dollars.
Educators and parents want the same thing for students. We want all children to be successful throughout their education so they are fully prepared for college and a career.