Find Baltimore Maryland departments of education (DOE) and boards of education. Departments of education provide information on K-12 schools, secondary education and high school, and higher education including colleges and universities.
Millersville Anne Arundel County Department of Education 8307 Grover Road Millersville MD 21108 13.3 miles from Baltimore 410-222-3861
Jessup Anne Arundel County Department of Education 2900 Elementary School Lane Jessup MD 20794 13.6 miles from Baltimore 410-222-6490
Ann Arbor Allegany County Department of Education 2555 Ann Arbor Lane Bowie MD 20716 26.7 miles from Baltimore
West New York West Virginia Department of Education 5602 Kennedy Street East Riverdale MD 20737 29.0 miles from Baltimore 304-472-7934
Rehabilitation Services Division of Maryland State Department of Education 2730 University Boulevard West Silver Spring MD 20902 29.9 miles from Baltimore 301-949-3750
Saddle Brook Putnam County Department of Education 1 Mayhill Court Gaithersburg MD 20879 30.1 miles from Baltimore 304-586-0500
The ESEA Title I and IDEA grants are among the largest federal education grant programs. ESEA Title I provides funding to school districts with high numbers of low-income students. IDEA grants provide funding for special education programs.What are the Common Core Standards?
The Common Core Standards are a set of academic standards for math and language arts, which establish benchmarks for student skills and abilities at each grade level. The National Governors Association Center for Best Practices (NGA Center) and the Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO) developed the Common Core Standards. Adoption of these standards is voluntary, and forty two states have chosen to adopt the Common Core Standards.Does the U.S. Department of Education run Head Start?
No. Head Start is funded by the Department of Health and Human Services. It provides preschool and other family health services to low-income families.