City Leaders Have New Plan To Repair Baltimore SchoolsSchool buildings in dire need of repair. For years, WJZ has told you about the problems with Baltimore City schools.
Woman Accused Of Intruding At Baltimore Middle School & Cutting Staff Member With KnifeAs schools statewide crack down on security, Baltimore City is dealing with another violent attack after a woman allegedly pulled a knife at a middle school.
Baltimore City Schools' CEO Reveals Plan For A Successful School YearThe 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.
MSA Test Results Show Slight Improvement In Baltimore City SchoolsNew numbers show a slight improvement in the education of Baltimore City schools, but there is still a long way to go.
Rawlings-Blake Signs Bottle Tax To Fund SchoolsA new report says Baltimore City schools need $2.5 billion in repairs. It also calls for many schools to rebuild or shut down.
Baltimore Schools CEO Says Furlough Days PossibleThe CEO of the Baltimore City public school system says employees would be forced to take furlough days if the state's so-called "doomsday" budget goes into effect.
Baltimore Honors Teacher Of The Year For Excellence In EducationBaltimore's top teaching title goes to a middle school instructor in Northwest Baltimore.
International Teachers Likely To Lose Jobs, VisasBaltimore 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.
Baltimore Schools To Continue Testing SecurityThe Baltimore school system is going to send testing monitors to all schools administering the upcoming state assessments.
Baltimore Public Schools CEO Pitches Plan To Borrow $1.2 BillionThe chief executive officer of Baltimore's public schools has told state lawmakers that he hopes to borrow $1.2 billion to overhaul the city's public school buildings.
Baltimore City Students Show Growth In Math On Nation's Report CardThe report card is in for Baltimore City schools. Students rank below the national average, but they’re still making some important progress.