Lillian M. Lowery, Maryland's school superintendent for three years who pushed for Common Core standards, resigned Friday to head an education-based nonprofit in Ohio.
Garvens Vainqueur and Sandra Linguen saw balloons, television cameras, smiling politicians and a large pair of scissors on their first day of school Tuesday in Prince George's County.
The price of meals in Prince George's County schools will increase this year.
D.C.'s 46,500 students began the new school year Monday.
Prince George's County officials said it could take at least a month for county Executive Rushern L. Baker III to fill two vacancies on the school board — one which opened amid the indictment of a board member in an ...
The White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges and Universities announced Thursday its 2015 HBCU All-Stars, recognizing 83 undergraduate, graduate and professional students for accomplishments in academics, leadership and civic engagement.
Parents can apply for free and reduced school meals for their children by picking up an application at any nearby school.
Effective Aug. 17, D.C. public and charter school students will be eligible for a free $100 monthly Metrorail benefit.
Helping Other People Excel gives young adults, primarily those east of the river, an opportunity to escape the throes of poverty with easier access to world of the middle class through job training in the Information Technology sector.
As the cutting-edge of education shifts from STEM — science, technology, engineering and math — to STEAM, adding the arts as core disciplines, we are reminded that schools change with the world.
Growing minds don't stop growing when the final school bell rings each day.
The preschool to prison pipeline is real, and how kids engage with education matters, and we know from over 100 years of research that shows the average student scores lower on standardize tests at the end of summer vacation.
Educational trends will continue to change because the world continues to change.
Both private and public sectors report that 21st-century workers require skills that many of today's graduates don’t have.
Prince George's County parents who may have not received a physical copy of their child's bus schedule can view them online.