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130-year-old Harvard Law Review elects its first black woman president

In 130 years of existence, the Harvard Law Review had never elected a black woman as president. ImeIme Umana has changed that.

Baltimore City Police Department and Baltimore Youth Unite to Workout at Under Armour Performance Center

A special workout challenge with youth from Baltimore City and the Baltimore City Police Department (BCPD) at Under Armour’s Performance Center.

Baltimore City Public Schools students who participated in summer academic program from Young Audiences avoided summer learning loss

Low-income Baltimore City Public Schools students who participated in a new arts-related summer academic program from Young Audiences avoided summer learning loss and, in many cases, gained ground on their national peers in standardized testing, according to evaluations released Tuesday. ...

Milton Hershey School Commits to Career and Technical Education Exposure at Elementary Level

MHS students are exposed to career-based programming as early as fourth grade

MSDE awarded $750,000 grant from Kellogg Foundation

New grant to strengthen family engagement and improve early learning

Maryland 529 Program helps families save for college

A Maryland 529 market research study revealed that 24 percent of respondents say they were not saving for their children’s college expenses.

New book documents Civil Rights Movement in photographs north of Mason-Dixon line

Speltz will discuss and sign his book,“North of Dixie: Civil Rights Photography Beyond the South” (J. Paul Getty Museum, 2016) on Wednesday, February 22, 2017 at noon in the Mary Pickford Theater on the third floor of the Library of ...

Surprise! Social media can help, not hurt, your college prospects

By now, the idea that some college admissions officers might check an applicant's social media accounts shouldn't sound too far-fetched.

When students notice racial bias

Children rarely forget the moment when a teacher might inadvertently display a racial bias.

Teachers receive free dental lesson plans, toothbrushes for Children’s Dental Health Month

Kool Smiles is once again supplying teachers with free dental health lesson plans and toothbrushes to use in preschool and Pre-K-5 classrooms during Children’s Dental Health Month this February.

Nano Exhibit from Port Discovery Children’s Museum’s now at Essex Library

Port Discovery partners with Essex Branch of the Baltimore County Library System to allow more children and families experience and learn from hands-on exhibits and programs

BCCC Celebrates 70th Anniversary

Baltimore City Community College (BCCC) celebrated its 70th anniversary this past week with gala festivities at the Liberty Heights campus.

Milton Hershey School Incorporates Virtual Reality Technology into STEAM Curriculum

Computer Technology students prepare for future careers through new technology tools

High school robotics teams compete at Mount St. Mary’s University for top honors and advancement

Mount St. Mary’s University and STEMaction, Inc. will host 48 robotics teams and more than 500 middle and high school students competing in the 2017 Maryland FIRST® Tech Challenge Championship. The public is welcome to cheer the competitors at one ...

Baltimore Could Lose Federal Funding as Sanctuary City

Federal grants to the city could be in jeopardy because Baltimore officials say they will defy President Trump's order on sanctuary cities. In 2015, Baltimore City received a $10 million federal grant for infrastructure improvements at the Port of Baltimore ...