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Amid Ethics Scandal, Catherine Pugh Returns $100,000 from Latest Children’s Book Deal

More University of Maryland Medical System board members resign.

Sports

A New Goal

The Washington Capitals bring street hockey to Baltimore City students.

Arts & Culture

Turn The Page

A new citywide program uses books to start community conversations.

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Baltimore City Teachers Rely on Fundraising and Second Jobs For Classroom Supplies

Teachers go above and beyond to compensate for city school budget gap.

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Siblings Krishanti and Thiru Vignarajah Discuss Running for Office Side by Side

The sister and brother are vying for Maryland governor and Baltimore state’s attorney.

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LaQuisha Hall Surprised with Baltimore Teacher of the Year Award During Class

The Carver English teacher created a mentoring and etiquette academy for young girls.

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Aaron Maybin Helps Shine Spotlight on Cold Schools

Former NFL player turned Baltimore City teacher shines powerful spotlight on school infrastructure.

Education & Family

Head of the Class

Sonja Santelises is ready to lead Baltimore City Public Schools.

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Look Inside the First 21st Century School Building in Baltimore

Fort Worthington Elementary/Middle School is first project completed as part of $1.1 billion program.

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Local Residents Have Mixed Feelings About School Starting After Labor Day

Parents, teachers, and administrators weigh in on September 5 start.

News & Community

The Past as Prologue

A small team of sociologists shadowed Baltimore City Public School students from first grade through their 28th birthdays.

News & Community

Code in the Schools Teaches Programming to City Kids

A local nonprofit teaches young students computer programming through gaming.

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Baltimore City Schools Name New CEO

Milwaukee schools chief chosen to replace departed Andrés Alonso.

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Baltimore City and County Graduation Rates Improve

Significant progress in latest Maryland Department of Education report.

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