It means we have to share with nature. We can’t catch all the oysters for us. We can’t catch all the menhaden for us. We have to share–and that sharing doesn’t come easy. It’s not just kids that have trouble … Continued
Seeding Oysters (and hope) into the Baltimore Inner Harbor Click on the photo to watch the video.
Chorus for the Chesapeake Gov. O’Malley sings with students at the Green Schools Summit. Click on the photo to watch the video.
Gov. O’Malley asks students to remind adults to love our world. Click on the photo to watch the video.
Forgive the pounding of hammers and the whine of saws at 125 North Hilton Street. They are uncovering a lost jewel of a school. The former Gwynns Falls Park Junior High School was poorly maintained and was closed in 1985. … Continued
Last night my 10 year old son ran a DNA test to identify a jewel thief, investigated enzymes in milk, and identified sickle cell anemia using electrophoresis. Students from all over Maryland are able to do these and other experiments … Continued
It was a joy to learn with the bright students at Baltimore Polytechnic Institute last week. The students worked hard and offered the guest speakers great questions and great respect. I’d like to challenge the students (and anyone who wishes) to … Continued
The next time you are at a stadium filled with cheering fans, imagine if our teams ran onto the field not to knock down their opponents, but to lift up their community. What if they came to tackle social … Continued