Posts tagged ‘Education’
About one out of six teachers in the Baltimore public schools is a current or former Teach for America corpsman. How is the program affecting the way we teach kids? We’ll ask an alumnus who teaches at Digital Harbor High … and TFA supporter and Baltimore Schools CEO Andres Alonso.
A look at the mayoral candidates’ proposals for handling education issues in Baltimore.
Sheilah speaks with NPR Education Reporter Claudio Sanchez about the reporting he’s done on interventions Baltimore officials are using to keep kids in schools.
Maryland is well-known for the number of students who take AP classes, but not every Maryland high school student may have equal access to them. We’ll talk to two investigative reporters, and Maryland’s interim schools superintendent, about the “opportunity gap.”
Tom talks to the outgoing Baltimore School for the Arts director about her history at the school since its 1979 inception, and her ten-year tenure at the top.
In Maryland, that is. That’s the question Sheilah asks two economists, Andy Bauer, regional economist at the Baltimore branch of the Richmond Federal Reserve, and Richard Clinch, director of economic research at the University of Baltimore’s Jacob France Institute.
A look at how debate can give students a voice.
A conversation with Chris Ford, the new head of the BSA.
Abell President Robert Embry on how changing housing policy could improve poor children’s education more than any particular school reform.
Baltimore city public schools will incorporate a new book into its curriculum next year as part of an effort to engage with students’ families.