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Auditor Andrea Barr contended that the decision not to renew her contract followed threats by some school board members to bend to their agendas.
June 28, 2022
And so I learn to teach in a way I was never taught to learn.
June 22, 2022
The CollegeBound College Completion Program, which graduated its first cohort in 2021, is helping to shepherd an extraordinary number of students who attended Baltimore City schools through college.
June 20, 2022
The National Aquarium celebrates students’ successes with a free Shell-ebration
June 17, 2022
The fate of Superintendent Darryl Williams remains a closely guarded secret among a divided school board a week after calls for dismissal.
This summer Baltimore City Schools CEO Sonja Santelises will become the longest serving school leader in the city since 1988. Five police chiefs and four mayors have come and gone since she began her job in July 2016. Now the biggest question is, will she stay long enough to turn the system around?
June 16, 2022
About 57% of residents disapprove or strongly disapprove of the job CEO Sonja Santelises is doing.
This frustration bordering on panic, or maybe dread — my reaction to not being heard — is how I’ve felt since the pandemic began. I’ve taught high school English in Baltimore City for over a decade; every year, it seems educators cry louder for help
June 14, 2022
As the school year ends, Kerry Graham's high school English students talk about being back in school this year vs. last year's remote learning.
School board plans closed-door meeting about personnel issues, and Superintendent Darryl Williams is not invited
June 11, 2022
Frustrated educators still waiting for a “return to normalcy.”
June 8, 2022
Teacher Kerry Graham reflects on her own students’ vulnerability following the Texas school shooting.
May 27, 2022