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How Do I Get My Child Prepared for School Amid COVID-19?

Sylvan Expert Discusses Tips, Challenges and Solutions

Renowned educator Dr. Anne O. Emery dies at 93

‘She was a great leader and a soldier on the battlefield’

Education in the Age of Snake Oil, Part I

At every step, the United States has fumbled its response to the nation’s deadliest infectious disease outbreak in a hundred years.

HBCU alumnus commits to run online technology school for Black boys full time

Many educators and parents located in a wide array of school districts are scrambling to figure out how to maintain student achievement, while youth learn online from home beginning in September due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

Baltimore P-TECH Grad Starts Career at IBM

Justice Heughan graduated from P- TECH Carver Vocational High School in Baltimore last year with an associate’s degree in Computer Information Sci- ence. He now works for the tech giant, IBM.

Local mental health educator launches ‘Black Mental Wellness Lounge’ web series

This year has been historic for a number of reasons, including the coronavirus pandemic, which has highlighted significant racial health disparities. Community leaders and physicians have directed much of their efforts and advocacy toward mental health reform in the Black ...

Two Baltimore City high school seniors among Comcast NBCUniversal Award recipients

Leaders and Achievers Scholarship Pro- gram recognizes students’ achievements both in and out of the classroom

Seven Anne Arundel County high school seniors among Comcast NBCUniversal Award recipients

Leaders and Achievers Scholarship Pro- gram recognizes students’ achievements both in and out of the classroom

‘Closing the Distance’ Between COVID-19 and Baltimore Students’ Return to School

“Moreover, since the African American population has been determined to be more susceptible to coronavirus, exposing children to the disease in the school environment, coupled with the vulnerability of people in their immediate proximity, how long would it take to ...

MSU President’s 10-year anniversary highlighted by new financial commitment to support student success

Personal contribution and gifts from Alumni and Friends Grows the President’s‘$5 Scholarship Fund,’ to $1 Million

After virtual ceremony, P-TECH grad looking forward to college in the fall

Virtual graduations have been all the rage— and the only option— during the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown, and it was no different at P-TECH Carver in Baltimore.

Former Baltimore Raven helping students and teachers with online STEM lessons

When John Urschel announced two years ago that he was retiring from the Baltimore Ravens to pursue a Ph.D. at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), it caught many by surprise.

Dr. Shirley Basfield Dunlap Beloved Morgan Professor ‘Played a Part’ in Many Lives

When people talk about “Theater” in Baltimore, the name Dr. Shirley Basfield Dunlap often comes up. Dr. Basfield Dunlap, who served as the Coordinator of Theatre Arts and Associate Professor of Fine and Performing Arts at Morgan State University had ...

NASA Names Headquarters After ‘Hidden Figure’ Mary W. Jackson

Washington, D.C.— On Wednesday June 24, 2020, NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine announced the agency’s headquarters building in Washington, D.C., will be named after Mary W. Jackson, the first black American female engineer at NASA.