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.
A piece of jewelry is causing controversy in schools. A dual-purpose ankle or arm bracelet could lead to suspension or arrest.
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.
Gigi Barnett spoke with Dr. Joe Hairston, Eddie Brown, Maria Johnson and Malerie Gamblin.
As the city gets ready for the Baltimore Grand Prix, hundreds of students are doing some racing of their own. Elementary schoolers are speeding to the top of the class with a program that focuses on science, technology, engineering and math.
A new report shows three Baltimore City schools are now on the state’s list of persistently dangerous schools.
You may be surprised to learn that at least two high schools in Baltimore City are teaching Chinese as a foreign language.
A drop in test scores has Baltimore school leaders scrambling to stop the slide. Now they’re considering a longer school week.
Taking control of public schools. A candidate in the mayor’s race proposes ending the city/state partnership and shutting down some of the city’s worst performing schools.
City parents, teachers and students are fighting down to the wire to make sure city schools are fully funded for next year.