Randi Weingarten Tells Feds: Your Opt-Out Actions Fly in the Face of ESSA

Randi Weingarten Tells Feds: Your Opt-Out Actions Fly in the Face of ESSA. Click here to read more. CONTINUE >>

Judge rules against city schools in dropping charter school lawsuit

A judge ruled against Baltimore City Schools who wanted to have the lawsuit brought against them by several charter school operators, dismissed. Click here to… CONTINUE >>

City School Choice fair crowded

Thousands showed up for the Baltimore City Choice Fair on January 9th. Click here to read more. CONTINUE >>

Maryland Ranks 4th in Education

According to Education Week Magazine, Maryland ranks 4th in the nation in education. Click here to read more. CONTINUE >>

UMBC, Northrop Grumman to invest $1.6 mil in south Baltimore School

UMBC and Northrop Grumman are planning to invest $1.6 million in Lakeland Elementary/Middle School. Click here to read more. CONTINUE >>

School Board approves closing of four schools

The Baltimore City Board of School Commissioners approved the closing of four Baltimore schools at their Board meeting on January 5th. The schools will close… CONTINUE >>

Student stabbed at Renaissance Academy dies

The student who was stabbed at Renaissance Academy on Nov. 24th has died from his injuries. To read more please click here. CONTINUE >>

Community involvement key to addressing Baltimore’s shortfalls

Baltimore City Public Schools wants to do right by its students. And yet many of our students, our teachers and our administrators are struggling because… CONTINUE >>

PARCC Test results, not good

Baltimore City and other districts in the state did not do very well on the PARCC test. Click here to read more. CONTINUE >>

Student Charged as a adult after stabbing at Renaissance Academy

A 17-year-old Renaissance Academy student is being charged as an adult with Attempted Murder after he allegedly stabbed another student on Nov. 24 inside the… CONTINUE >>