Joe Flacco & Ravens Surprise Baltimore City Elementary School TeacherThe Ravens flocked to a Baltimore City elementary school Thursday afternoon for a special visit to honor a hardworking teacher for his efforts in the classroom.
City Schools Announces FY18 Budget, Under 300 Potential LayoffsBaltimore City Public Schools announced a new budget for the 2017-2018 school year budget and it may include the end of up to 300 staff positions.
BSA Students Stage Walk-out Over Loss Of FundingDozens of students at Baltimore School for the Arts took the street on Monday, demanding answers, and showing their frustration with the shrinking funds for schools.
Parents and Students Rally For More Funding For City SchoolsHundreds of parents and students gather to demand more funding for Baltimore City Schools are now facing the largest budget gap in school history.
Report: City Schools Prepared To Lay Off 1,000 EmployeesAs a way to close a $130 million budget gap, Baltimore City schools are gearing up to lay off more than 1,000 employees.
Mom Outraged, School Dental Program Removes Child's Teeth Without Her KnowingA mother is outraged after her third grader came home from school with three of his teeth missing. She says his elementary school performed a dental procedure she never knew about.
Tutor Charged With Child Abuse After Mom Says He Broke Boy's JawCharges have been filed after a mother says her son was hospitalized for a fractured jaw after a violent encounter with his tutor.
Student Suspensions Increase in Baltimore SchoolsBaltimore City schools suspended 25 percent more students last year than they did the previous year.
Security Breach Raise Concerns Over City Schools SafetyA 14-year old girl was attacked by two adults while she was in class after a security breach inside a Baltimore City school.
School Security Increased In Baltimore Amid Scary Clown Facebook ThreatsBaltimore City School officials say they are increasing security measures on Monday in response to multiple clown threats being made against schools and the community on the internet.
City Athletes Now Need to Make the Grade to Make the FieldAthletes in Baltimore City public schools will now have to work harder in the classroom before they can compete on the fields.
Franchot Says Schools Without A/C is a Civil Rights IssueState Comptroller Peter Franchot and the NAACP sent a letter to the Department of Justice arguing that many of the schools without air conditioning in low income communities is a civil rights issue.

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