911 Calls Released In 3rd Grader's Fatal FallNine-year-old Darius Clark died last week after an accidental fall at his school. Now the chilling 911 calls from Gwynns Falls Elementary School are made public.
Mt. Washington Teacher Presented With Teacher Of The Year AwardA local middle school social studies teacher was recently named City Schools’ 2015 Teacher of the Year.
Former Baltimore Principal Charged With Stealing From School FundAuthorities say a former Baltimore principal has been charged with stealing from the high school's student activity fund to make personal purchases.
A Decade In The Making, The New Waverly Elementary/Middle Opens Its DoorsMoving day at one city elementary/middle school has come and gone. Thursday was a chance for students and teachers to celebrate their new building.
More Than Half Of Md. Counties Reach Snow Day LimitMore than half of Maryland's 24 school districts have reached or exceeded their snow days for this season, the state Department of Education said Thursday.
Family Of Special Needs Boy Who Died From School Bus Fall To Get $100,000Baltimore City will pay $100,000 to the family of a special needs student who died after falling from a school bus.
Mayor Rawlings-Blake Criticizing Search For New City Schools CEOAfter word the CEO of Baltimore City schools is resigning, the mayor is criticizing the search for his replacement.
Baltimore City Schools Community Shocked By CEO Andres Alonso's ResignationThe Baltimore City school community reacts to the announcement that CEO Dr. Andres Alonso is leaving.
MSA Test Results Show Slight Improvement In Baltimore City SchoolsNew numbers show a slight improvement in the education of Baltimore City schools, but there is still a long way to go.
Baltimore Schools CEO Says Furlough Days PossibleThe CEO of the Baltimore City public school system says employees would be forced to take furlough days if the state's so-called "doomsday" budget goes into effect.
Camden Yards To Host City Schools Baseball ChampionshipsBaseball players in Baltimore City Public Schools will soon be sharing a field with the pros.
Mayor Rawlings-Blake Says Bottle Tax Hike Will Benefit City SchoolsEmbarrassing. That's what the mayor called the conditions at many Baltimore schools. Now she wants to raise the city's bottle tax to start immediate repairs.