Parents, Teachers Push For Greater Internet Access For Baltimore City Schools StudentsBaltimore City Schools are still starting their semester online amid the coronavirus pandemic. 
Coronavirus Latest: Baltimore City Schools Will Start Fall 2020 OnlineBaltimore City Public Schools joined several other Maryland jurisdictions and will start Fall 2020 online. 
Baltimore City Schools Office And Meal Sites Closed Fridays In JulyBaltimore City Schools announced Wednesday offices and summer meal sites will be closed every Friday in the month of July. 
Virtual Graduation Ceremony Held For Baltimore City Schools StudentsThis was not the year graduating high school seniors were expecting, but, Baltimore's Class of 2020 celebrated its accomplishments with a virtual ceremony that featured some pretty well known guests.
Uber Offering 25K Free Rides For Baltimore City Public School Students To Get Meals, Resources During School ClosuresUber is partnering with Baltimore City Public Schools to provide 25,000 free rides up to $25 for students and families in Baltimore. 
Baltimore City Schools To Hold Virtual, District-Wide Graduation Ceremony For Class Of 2020With graduation ceremonies canceled nationwide due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Baltimore City Schools are getting creative to honor the Class of 2020.
Baltimore City Leaders Call On Comcast To Increase Internet Options For Low-Income Students Amid Coronavirus PandemicAs the coronavirus pandemic continues, Baltimore City’s digital divide is still apparent, as students voiced their displeasure at City Hall Tuesday morning.
Keith Booth Files Federal Lawsuit Against Dunbar Over His Dismissal As Head Basketball CoachFormer Dunbar High School player and coach Keith Booth has filed a federal lawsuit against his alma mater.
Amazon, United Way Team Up To Donate 125 Tablets To Baltimore City Schools StudentsBaltimore City Schools students in need received a special gift Tuesday. 
Coronavirus Latest: Baltimore City Gives $3 Million To City Schools To Close Digital GapBaltimore Mayor Jack Young transferred $3 million from the city's funds to city schools to help close the digital learning gap for the students.
Coronavirus Latest: Baltimore City Schools Meal Site Reopens After Employee Tests Positive For COVID-19Baltimore City Public Schools will reopen its emergency meal site at Sandtown-Winchester Achievement Academy on May 6, after an employee there tested positive for coronavirus.