Things have quieted down at Digital Harbor High School in Federal Hill since a series of incidents, some involving fights, between African-American and Latino students last week, but city police say they will continue increased patrols there.
Teachers are often criticized for taking too much time off from school, but a new report gives teachers in 40 of the country’s largest cities a 94 percent attendance rate for the 2012/2013 school year.
Large Needs, Small Budget For City's Homeless Students
Although it’s far from being a large item in Baltimore city school’s just-passed budget, the money for the district’s unit for homeless students could mean the difference between a student being in class or on the street.
During the last General Assembly session, Del. Jon Cardin introduced a bill that would have required state colleges and universities to survey their students about the atmosphere on their campuses regarding sexual assault.
More than 10 years in the making, Waverly Elementary/Middle School finally opened with a ribbon cutting Thursday morning. The nearly $27 million school is the first totally new school built in Baltimore City since 1998.
Why Middle School Sexting Is Not Considered Child Porn In Maryland
Recently, a group of Anne Arundel County middle school girls sent nude photos of themselves to boys who distributed them; one person is believed to have posted them on an Instagram site. Yet no one was charged with a crime and it’s unclear whether school authorities disciplined anyone.