Baltimore City Schools
Violence and looting forced city school leaders to shut down classes and lock doors. On Wednesday, the district welcomed student back to class.
Passionate protest. Monday night, there’s growing concern among Maryland parents about proposed cuts to education. A group of Baltimore City school students and teachers took their fight to Annapolis.
A delegation of city leaders unanimously decided to table the legislation to allow armed officers inside Baltimore City schools.
A controversial new bill proposes armed police officers inside Baltimore City schools. Some say it will make students and faculty safer; others argue it sends the wrong message to students.
While most area school districts surrounding Baltimore closed Tuesday in light of the snow and treacherous road conditions, city schools remained open angering many students and parents.
A fire broke out in the portable units behind the school.
A popular local football coach is back on the field, months after he was suspended over hazing accusations. His suspension caused an outcry by players and parents. Monday, a judge ruled to let the Dunbar High coach return to his team.
A Baltimore teacher has been placed on administrative leave after a video emerged of her fighting a 17-year-old student.
Head Coach Patrick Nixon is in his fifth year with the Mervo Mustangs football program.
In advance of his first year as CEO of the Baltimore City School System, Dr. Gregory Thornton will host an education forum to greet parents and community members.
A move in a healthier direction. Monday, an administrator with the USDA made a visit to one of the Baltimore City school properties to see what’s being done to promote life-saving eating habits.
A new chapter for Baltimore City schools begins with a new person in charge. The school system’s CEO started Tuesday.