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Schools, Sports, Local Connections
The sixth annual conference for high school athletes will be held on Tuesday in Timonium.
Lillian M. Lowery, Delaware's secretary of education, will assume the state's top education spot July 1.
A report from the Brooking Institute argues that residential zoning restrictions are adding to the gaps in standardized test scores.
Educators, activists and students from North Baltimore spoke in favor of raising the city's bottle tax to 5 cents.
After school program helps kids focus on physical education and wellness.
Hampden blogger Edit Barry wants to know if you would take out a loan to send your kid to kindergarten.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake is optimistic the state will call a special session and restore funds.
Maryland's General Assembly is poised to approve a bill to increase the state's minimum dropout age from 16 to 17, and gradually to 18.
Cinneah El-Amin serves as the student representative to the school's Board of Trustees Diversity Committee.
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