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TMCF launches new center with gift from Charles Koch Foundation, Koch Industries

Center for Advancing Opportunity will support HBCU researchers and work with Gallup to understand, and inform pressing issues in fragile communities

New academic programs give students head start in college

For Woodlawn High School students Morgan Tate and Tatyana Brown, their academic future looks promising thanks to a global, nonprofit organization dedicated to closing the achievement gap, high school students have a greater opportunity to attend college and experience new ...

Governor's Office of Community Initiatives delivers books, school supplies

Governor's Office of Community Initiatives delivers books, school supplies to schools, after-school programs, recreational centers, churches across Maryland

Tuesday, January 17, 2017 At the Well Summer Leadership Academy Equips Girls of Color at Princeton and Swarthmore College

For the seventh straight year, the At the Well Young Women’s Leadership Academy (ATW) will offer its two week summer enrichment program for minority girls entering the eleventh or twelfth grades of high school.

Makey Makey partners with Workbench to deliver a new online community for educators

Makey Makey, which produces invention kits, has partnered with project-based learning leader Workbench to launch Makey Makey Labz, an online community for students, educators and fans. The online community, powered by Workbench, is a place for users to share their ...

2017 Student Debt and Tuition Relief Initiative, Investments in Higher Education Announced

Student Loan Interest 100 percent Tax-deductible for all Marylanders making less than $200,000

Baltimore’s expanded summer learning program a success

For more than a decade, Building Education Leaders for Life (BELL), a national non-profit organization dedicated to closing the achievement gap in underserved communities, has partnered with City Schools to deliver this expanded summer and after-school program.

Tom Joyner Foundation Kicks Off 2017 Fundraising Campaign

The Tom Joyner Foundation, a major driving force in raising money for historically black colleges since 1998, today announced the 14 historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) that it will raise money for in 2017.

Hampton National Historic site in Towson announces black history events

Hampton National Historic Site has published its Black History Month events available to the public. Read below for more information on the upcoming events.

Applications Now Available for BGE Scholarships through April 1

Baltimore Gas and Electric (BGE) announced that applications for the BGE Scholars Award are now available online through April 1. The nine new scholarships are part of BGE’s legacy gifts that marked the company’s 200th anniversary last year. Central Scholarship, ...

Resolve to encourage your children to read in 2017!

“To succeed in school, students must read on their own. Our future depends on it.” —Kim Dallas

Randallstown High School Speaker Series Inspires Students

Imparting knowledge, wisdom and understanding into the minds of teenagers is an ongoing mission and all in a day’s work for Maryland Delegate Antonio Hayes (D-District 40)

Monarch Academy Baltimore holds open house for prospective kindergarten families

Monarch Academy is accepting applications until Feb. 12, 2017. For applications and more information, visit www.monarchacademybaltimore.org, call 443-642-2402 or email info@monarchacademybaltimore.org.

First Ever Real Bank Opens on High School Campus to Teach Students Financial Literacy

Once students graduate from college, they need to make smart choices about their money if they want to become financially secure.

Youth Writers Rock launches at Pratt Library

The Youth Writers Challenge, Inc. (YWC), a community-based organization, will launch The Youth Writers Rock, a free, six-month writing program for students ages 10 -17, beginning on Saturday, January 7, 2017 at Enoch Pratt Library’s Waverly Branch.