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 >>

Uphill battle for City Schools in legislative session

During a meeting of the Education Subcommittee with the Baltimore delegation in Annapolis on Nov. 21, city residents were told it will be an uphill… CONTINUE >>

City Councilman proposes one card system for city students

City Councilman, Brandon Scott is proposing that Baltimore students have one ID card to ride MTA buses to and from school, when they get to… CONTINUE >>

MD Commission studies testing in 24 counties

A Maryland commission is studying testing in 24 counties. Click here to read more. CONTINUE >>

Many blame big corporations for testing problems

When a state commission meets for the first time on Tuesday to open a probe on the use of standardized testing in Maryland public schools,… CONTINUE >>

City faces $75 million budget shortfall

City faces $75 million budget shortfall. CONTINUE >>

Charter Schools: After school help raises test scores

Charter Schools: After school help raises test scores. CONTINUE >>