A legislative report found disparities in how different demographic groups are treated. It recommends giving districts clearer direction on suspensions and arrests. A bill is now in committee.
PFT members have a contract for the first time in four years. Bill Green was the only no vote. He and Farah Jimenez warned of local tax hikes.
Most teachers said they voted yes, if reluctantly, glad the ordeal is over. But 95 percent approved.
City Council had passed a resolution urging rejection. At a contentious meeting, SRC also hears calls for it to vote itself out of existence.
Students from Greenberg and Cassidy met elected representatives and told them about inequities they see.
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Closed-door meetings, postponed renewal votes and approvals of underperforming charters create questions about transparency.
Baltimore schools are putting an increased focus on helping student deal with trauma
Persistent financial and organizational issues were cited.
The nonprofit organization gave 30 computers to Elkins Elementary.