Teens are chronically sleep deprived.
The clock is being reset for some students who haven\’t received the immunizations required for school.
Prince George\’s County Public Schools will offer four, free immunization clinics this weekend. Anne Arundel County will offer clinics starting Monday.
It was a once in a lifetime experience meant to foster a love if science. A group of Virginia kids spent part if their day talking to an astronaut.
Proposed changes to the times school bells ring in Montgomery County drew a crowd of more than 200 people to a public meeting Monday night.
Tara Brach has been teaching meditation for more than 30 years,
and on Oct. 7 she will bring her expertise and insight on the practice to
students, parents and teachers in Montgomery County, Md.
Recent studies say it\’s a myth that college students gain 15 pounds during their first year away from home.
For most, school is back in session. And that can make things a little busy for both kids and parents.
Ritalin and Adderall are the two most commonly abused stimulants on high school and college campuses. And with final exams approaching, officials in Fairfax are warning of the growing problem.
The District Department of Transportation, WMATA
and Giant Food are launching a new program to
make it easier for students to purchase
passes that get them to and from school.
The Prince George\’s County Board of Education is
considering a proposal that says any work created
for school or by using school materials would
become property of the school board.
More students across the D.C. region headed back
to school Monday, part of a growing national trend
to get kids back in class earlier in the year.
It\’s back to school time for college students
chances are, they have already been hit by a few
credit card offers. But students need to be wary
of another popular card that comes with heavy
— prepaid debit cards.
Thousands of incoming freshman are lugging their televisions, computers, clothes, and maybe a book or two, from every corner of the world into their dorm rooms this weekend at the University of Maryland, College Park.
A new study shows teachers may be hurting students chances at higher test scores by banning water bottles in the classroom.