As a child, Inga Davis was a big fan of Kindermusik, an educational musical and movement program that children can listen and dance to while they learn.
The educational process varies and it has evolved over the years from chalkboards to smartboards and smartphones.
FREE events throughout the “Pratt Kingdom” during the month of April including magicians, puppet shows, storytellers and Fairy Tale Balls!
This year, members of the Baltimore Chapter of Continental Societies, Inc. celebrated Black History Month by participating in over thirty African American Read-Ins in area Baltimore city and county schools, universities, churches, homes and as part of one of the ...
Detroit high schoolers just got a free ticket to community college.
Students across the country are increasingly failing a new type of standardized test.
As part of a sustained commitment to pioneering breakthrough advancements offering an economic benefit to the State of Maryland, Morgan State University (MSU) recently celebrated its 6th Annual ‘Innovation Day’ in Annapolis, Md. at the Miller Senate Office Building.
In continued support of a longstanding effort to provide resources for graduates seeking to further their education at Morgan State University (MSU), the Goldseker Foundation has awarded the University a $205,000 grant.
Anne Arundel Community College has named Tiffany Boykin, Ph.D., J.D., as the new assistant dean of student services, effective March 1, 2016.
LIGHT Health & Wellness Comprehensive Services’ Johnson Square Academy has been awarded $6,000 by the PNC Foundation in recognition of the volunteer efforts of PNC employees Karen Burley, Seson Taylor-Campbell, April Harper, Angela McFadden, Lourdes Montes-Greenan, Franklin McNeil and Robin ...
United Way of Central Maryland volunteers recently celebrated Read Across America Day, an annual, nationwide reading celebration that takes place on Dr. Seuss’ birthday, March 2.
When Michelle Obama traveled to Cambodia last summer as part of her Let Girls Learn initiative, she had a message for any girls facing barriers to education: Move beyond the "doubters."
Governor Larry Hogan has announced that starting March 1, 2016, every child, from infancy to age five in Baltimore City can be enrolled, free of charge, in a new reading and book-delivery program.
The Baltimore City Public Schools (BCPS) Re-Engagement Center has shifted the academic trajectory from a bleak past to an optimistic future for 19-year-old Destiney Turner and 15-year-old Donay Sims.
When deciding on a black history project for her fourth grade class at Calvin and Rodman Elementary School, Naadir Billingsley took into account how the students would connect to the project and she used their background knowledge to enhance the ...