The Baltimore City Mayor’s office is expanding the grab-n-go meals to all Baltimore children and youth (18 and under) Monday-Friday from March 23-27. Meals are also being distributed for families at select Housing Authority of Baltimore City sites for those community residents only. To find a food distribution centers in your area, visit https://mars.msde.maryland.gov/mars_sitesearch/ RECREATION […]
The Maryland House of Delegates will vote Friday on whether or not to override Gov. Larry Hogan’s veto of a bill that lets local school boards decide whether school begins before or after Labor Day. The Senate overrode the Republican governor’s veto on Thursday 32-15. The House needs 85 votes to override the veto. Supporters […]
Join Our Text Club To Get The Latest Breaking News On Your Phone. Text WOLB to 71007 to join! BALTIMORE (AP) — A new study from Johns Hopkins University says crime-ridden commutes correlate with higher rates of student absenteeism in Baltimore. The study’s lead author, sociologist Julia Burdick-Will, tells The Baltimore Sun that students prioritizing […]
Join Our Text Club To Get The Latest Breaking News On Your Phone. Text WOLB to 71007 to join! Gov. Larry Hogan is upset about two new state bills that would overturn his demand that schools start after Labor Day and end by June 15th. Two senate bills, 128 and 131, would let each county […]
Yara Shahidi has got her pick of schools to attend this fall! As college acceptance season begins to wind down, many high school seniors are still waiting to find out which school they got into. The Black-ish star, however, doesn’t have to wonder because she got into all the schools she applied for. Yara, who […]
The South Mountain Elementary School apologized for the assignment and took the drawings down from the school's hallway.
An investigation is underway within the Los Angeles Unified School District after a math homework assignment for second graders used slavery as its setting during Black History Month.
Tionna Norris said that her 3-year-old child's teacher claimed that the students were bullying her because of her "stinky" hair—a claim that the school confirmed was not true.
D.C. school officials rejected the ACLU's claim that Ron Brown Prep would begin enrolling female students. The organization is battling to get females admitted to a school designed for males of color from low-income families.