Baltimore gets elected school board

After a 12-year battle, Baltimore City will finally get two members of its school board to be elected. Read more here. CONTINUE >>

City Council considering Mayor’s Budget

Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake has proposed a $2.6 billion city budget that would prevent a drop in funding for schools, raise the tax people pay to… CONTINUE >>

Federal Hill Prep parents support community school

Merchants relaxed when Brendan O'Brien, weaving in and out of Cross Street businesses Tuesday afternoon, announced that he wasn't a salesman. His assurances weren't entirely… CONTINUE >>

Maryland House of Delegates passes 2 percent cap on testing

The House of Delegates unanimously approved legislation Monday that would limit standardized testing to 2 percent classroom instruction time per year. Click here to read… CONTINUE >>

Mayoral candidates seek more control over school system

Baltimore school leaders, already under scrutiny from state and city officials and parents, also face a challenge from the top candidates for mayor — all… CONTINUE >>

URGENT! Class Action Grievance

The Baltimore Teachers Union and the Baltimore City Board of School Commissioners have reached a framework for settling a Class Action Grievance concerning a published… CONTINUE >>

Local philanthropists and celebrities fund teacher projects

Thank you to Torrey Smith and Carmelo Anthony for funding our teachers projects. Click here to read more. CONTINUE >>

Elected School Board could be reality

With virtually no public awareness, the city delegation to the House unanimously approved HB 558, which initially added four elected board members to the nine… CONTINUE >>

Renaissance Academy High grieves after three killings

Renaissance Academy High grieves after three killings, still sees hope for future. Click here to read more. CONTINUE >>

House Expected to OK change to education funding formula

The House of Delegates gave preliminary approval Tuesday to a bill that would change the statewide calculation of education aid, which has cost Baltimore and… CONTINUE >>