Education Matters continues the series on special education.
Three hundred-ten students who attend Margaret Brent Elementary/Deer Park Park Middle School have made the grade to be students of the week.
Education Matters began a series of articles on special education with a list of some signs and symptoms of learning disabilities, such as dyslexia and ADHD.
The Baltimore Ravens and M&T Bank announced and honored the inaugural Touchdown for Teachers program finalists and grand prize winner at the Ravens Draft Party event, held at M&T Bank Stadium on Thursday, May 8.
Anne Arundel Community College received two top honors at the 2014 Career and Technology Education Awards of Excellence presented by the Maryland State Department of Education Division of Career and College Readiness on April 22, 2014 in Baltimore.
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Actor and social activist Harry Belafonte visited the University of Baltimore (UB) as a guest lecturer and speaker for the University’s pilot course, “Citizenship and Freedom: The Civil Rights Era” on Tuesday, May 6, 2014.
Student loan debt isn't just hurting college grads financially, it's also having a negative impact on their overall well-being.
The Maryland State Department of Education announced that it is accepting applications for the Pre-kindergarten Expansion Grant, which is made possible by the Pre-kindergarten Expansion Act of 2014 (Senate Bill 332), a statewide initiative.
College of Southern Maryland (CSM) HVAC Instructor Shawn Richardson watched silently as his students methodically manipulated wires and connections in the air-conditioning control boxes to look for anything out of place or missing.
Mylia Williams has been a member of the Lady Sabers volleyball team for the past three years. She plays volleyball and softball at The SEED School of Maryland, currently holding a 3.3 GPA. Mylia was instrumental in helping the Lady ...
On Saturday, May 3, 2014, twenty-four students from underserved communities in East Baltimore will graduate from a free program where they received certification that will enable them to obtain gainful employment.
Each April, the Month of the Military Child, the US Department of Education (ED) brings attention to the academic needs and challenges faced by children of active service members.
What were you doing when you were nine-years-old?
We may as well call it “Edu-pay-tion,” as far as many prospective students are concerned. The cost of a college degree has risen 1,120 percent since 1978, but wages have increased a mere six percent during that same period.