Dr. Andres Alonso
Students in the Baltimore City school system are just absorbing the news that the schools CEO is leaving.
It was a joyous day at a Southwest Baltimore grade school. There were five finalists for the Baltimore City Public Schools Teacher Of The Year, but only one winner.
Students and alumni of a Baltimore City high school are up in arms over plans to close their school under a broad restructuring plan.
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.
Working together. It’s a theme that city teachers and school leaders don’t use often.
Unacceptable. That’s how City Schools CEO Dr. Andres Alonso describes conditions at an elementary school in northeast Baltimore.
The schools targeted will have low student enrollment and old buildings.
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.
Summer is coming to an end, and it’s back to school for thousands of kids in Baltimore.
It’s a turnover rate that started when the current city schools CEO took the helm, raising concerns in the community.
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