Baltimore public schools are on the verge of a system-wide makeover that officials hope will provide safer learning conditions for students and spark an era of academic achievement.
Students in the Baltimore City school system are just absorbing the news that the schools CEO is leaving.
A plan to overhaul dozens of crumbling schools in the city of Baltimore and construct better ones advanced Friday when the Maryland House of Delegates passed a major funding plan for the initiative.
Barry Manilow donated a Yamaha piano to launch a local instrument drive for Baltimore City public schools.
Thousands of Baltimore families descended on Annapolis Monday night, rallying to support improvements for city schools. They’re pushing for a multi-billion dollar construction plan to fix crumbling classrooms.
School buildings in dire need of repair. For years, WJZ has told you about the problems with Baltimore City schools.
School officials in the cities of Washington and Baltimore, along with those in a number of counties, have decided to close because of the bad weather that’s coming.
Baltimore city school officials say an assessment of more than 150 school buildings identified $2.4 billion in infrastructure needs.
Baltimore schools will have to fire more than 100 international teachers because they are teaching subjects that could be taught by qualified and certified American teachers.
A smaller central office that spends more money on students. That’s the plan from Baltimore school leaders to save its cash-strapped budget. The plan means more deep cuts at the district’s headquarters.
Unacceptable. That’s how City Schools CEO Dr. Andres Alonso describes conditions at an elementary school in northeast Baltimore.
Baltimore City appeals to the General Assembly for funding to build new schools.