Attorney General Brian E. Frosh on Tuesday joined 10 other state attorneys general in urging the federal Department of Education to cancel student loans when for-profit schools have broken state law, and to provide a clear process for students seeking critical debt relief. The letter comes in response to the bankruptcy filing earlier this year […]
The 27th annual CollegeBound Foundation scholars’ luncheon was the organization’s biggest celebration yet of Baltimore City students headed to college in the fall. CollegeBound operates in Baltimore City’s public high schools, encouraging students to consider post-secondary education and offering assistance with college and financial aid applications as well as more than $1.5 mil[...]
A former regional leader of Kappa Alpha Psi “mysteriously resigned” days after he launched an administrative investigation into a hazing incident that led to a $4 million lawsuit against the fraternity, according to an amended complaint filed this week. Cornelius “Neil” Hudgins IV also issued cease-and-desist orders to the undergraduate chapter at Coppin State University [&[...]
Now is not the time to cease-and-desist until modest and comfortable reforms are made. Getting back on the same path simply does not work for thousands of people in Baltimore. The national media spotlight will fade over the next several weeks and months. However, it is my hope is that the local landscape will have been altered for those seeking a real departure in the way people are treated, educa[...]
While I have my doubts about U.S. News & World Report's annual list, it is hard to discount it fully.
A federal judge will not change his decision to deny class certification of a lawsuit brought by three homeless families against Baltimore City Public Schools alleging the school system violated the rights of homeless students.
Your first job as a licensed attorney is not only the beginning of your legal career but also the beginning of your learning.
With his second term about to expire, the governor shares his plans -- and his regrets. "There are things I wish we could have gotten to sooner," O'Malley says.
Calling it the world’s first free massive open online course for IT and cybersecurity training, Greenbelt-based Cybrary.IT announced Tuesday that its classes are open to the public.
Hospitals that employ mostly nurses with four-year bachelor’s degrees — as opposed to mostly registered nurses — will likely see improved patient outcomes and reduced costs, according to a new study.
The Baltimore city school board has filed an appeal of an administrative panel's decision that it illegally changed its evaluation scores for teachers without first negotiating with the teachers' union.
Just don't forget that as a mentee, it is your responsibility also to invest in the relationship.