Anthony Watters considers himself a revolutionary.
It may be summertime, but parents and educators alike are beginning to look ahead towards the 2016-2017 school year. Here are three ways they are getting prepared.
While racism and bigotry continue to exist in this country, experts say that social change is not impossible.
To some, it was a long time coming but, to others, the reopening of the Lillie Carroll Jackson Civil Rights Museum on Saturday, June 11, 2016 happened just on time— at the right time.
Students at the Harbour School Baltimore are on a quest to fight hunger.
Meteorologists rely on electronic equipment and their knowledge of weather patterns to provide forecasts each and every day. But weather can be unpredictable, and even the most reliable weather prognosticator can sometimes get it wrong.
The Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE) announced applications are now on line for a new scholarship program designed to help income eligible students attend nonpublic schools.
Readers of all ages will explore all things sports and fitness this summer as the Enoch Pratt Free Library presents “On Your Mark, Get Set, Read!” during the library’s summer reading program, June 15 to August 10, 2016.
Runae Freeman is relishing her latest achievement.
It's been more than a half a century since the Supreme Court's Brown v. Board of Education ruling found that "separate but equal" has no place in U.S. public schools.
An estimated 2,148 students graduated— receiving 2,409 degrees and certificates— on Thursday, May 26, 2016 at the 54th Commencement of Anne Arundel Community College.
With the advancements of overlapping disciplines— science, technology, engineering and mathematics— also known as STEM- has opened up exciting career fields for elementary school students.
Acts4Youth has expanded its mentorship program that works with at-risk youth from Guilford and Walter P. Carter Elementary and Middle Schools.
College bound Edmondson-Westside High School seniors had the opportunity to showcase their higher education choices during ‘College Decision Day,’ a special program held at the school on Monday, May 23, 2016.
Maryland’s only public, college-preparatory boarding school, The Seed School of Maryland located at 200 Font Hill Avenue in Baltimore has named its campus for late philanthropists Ruth and Norman Rales.