This is Moore's chance to fix the impact Gov. Hogan and COVID-19 had on public schools.
The grants will go toward initiatives such as an environmental club and social and emotional learning resources.
Students who choose hybrid learning will be divided into groups for in-person instruction on a staggered schedule.
The board’s budget committee voted on a recommendation to cancel its school resource officer contract with the county police and all municipal police.
The state government shouldn't set school start dates.
We're not equipping substitute teachers with the skills to wrangle students.
Maryland schools need help – and Baltimore needs it the most.
Hogan wants to be tougher on violence in Baltimore. Its problems are deeper than that.