School Police Chief, Marshall Goodwin resigns

Chief of Baltimore City School Police, Resigned from his posted as of June 10. Click here to read more. CONTINUE >>

Local Unions push for school police to be returned

Union leaders, including BTU President, Marietta English, push to have the school police returned to our schools. Click here to read more. CONTINUE >>


BTU will hold a Membership Meeting on Tuesday, June 21 at 4 p.m. at Frederick Douglass High School. all members CONTINUE >>

Public Education is a Matter of Public Health

Congratulations to BCPSS teacher and former BTU Teacher Leader, Morgan Showalter on having an Op-Ed published in the Baltimore Sun. Click here to read more. CONTINUE >>

Rescind layoff letter

The BTU has sent a letter to Acting Chief Executive Office of Baltimore City Public Schools, Tammy Turner, asking her to rescind the letter that… CONTINUE >>

Baltimore City considering $658 million TIF for Port Covington

Baltimore City to consider a $658.6 million TIF to help develop areas in and around Cherry Hill and Westport, as part of the Port Covington… CONTINUE >>

BTU Internal Election Results

BTU's Internal Election Results have been certified. Please click below to find out who won. Congratulations to all the candidates who won. UPDATE052416 CONTINUE >>

Summer Classes at Coppin

Summer classes at Coppin. BTU M16 Flier 5-9-16 CONTINUE >>

Extreme Makeover Contest

Applications for the Extreme Makeover Contest are due June 1. Good Luck! Dream Green for BTU Extreme Classroom Makeover, Extreme Classroom Makeover application CONTINUE >>

Walden University says Thank you

Walden University joins students, parents and communities across the country in celebrating the outstanding work educators do each and every day.  Thank you for all… CONTINUE >>