Baltimore City Schools
Fancy dinners on the taxpayer dime. WJZ’s media partner, The Baltimore Sun, raises questions about spending by leaders in the Baltimore City school system. Now, the head of city schools responds to WJZ.
The first day of school is fast approaching for thousands of Baltimore City students. But school leaders are already at work. Tuesday the district’s CEO rolled out his plan for a successful school year.
City schools are looking three years into the future at ways to improve the test scores of their students.
Working together. It’s a theme that city teachers and school leaders don’t use often.
A new summer initiative kicked off Wednesday in East Baltimore.
The cash-strapped Baltimore school system is forking out millions of dollars in overtime each year, and there is anger about some of the people making the money.
The family of a student with special needs who filed a million dollar lawsuit against the city school system wants a new trial.
A decision in a landmark bullying lawsuit is in. Two parents take on the Baltimore City School System. Did two principals do enough to protect a child with special needs? A jury hands down a verdict saying they did.
Overflowing toilets, leaking roofs, even roaches. That’s what some Baltimore City school students say they live with everyday. Now, they are pushing for change.
The schools targeted will have low student enrollment and old buildings.
Making the walk to school safer. Thanks to a multi-million dollar grant, the city has more money to give streets in school zones a facelift.
New numbers released on Friday show a reversal in the city’s low graduation rate. Baltimore may have found the key to turning it around.