When Aisha Armstrong started her freshman year at the Academy for College and Career Exploration in Northwest Baltimore, she wasn't worried about making it through the next four years; she was worried about making it through the next day on $2 sandwiches from Subway.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake will lead a canvass Saturday to help parents register for pre-kindergarten seats, particularly ones reserved for underprivileged students that annually go unfilled.
Screams, balloons and a group of well-wishers ambushed Ryan Kaiser's lesson on current events to surprise him with one of the biggest events of his career.
Baltimore city schools officials said Tuesday that they will reverse an earlier decision to cut summer school programs.
For the past three years, while their peers were sleeping in or on vacation, teenagers from across Baltimore have converged on Digital Harbor High School with a common goal: to challenge themselves.
A substitute teacher for the Baltimore school system who also works at a West Baltimore recreation center stands accused of offering a 15-year-old money to participate in a sex act and is facing sex abuse charges.
Baltimore city schools CEO Gregory Thornton told state lawmakers Friday that about 100 employees will lose their jobs at the end of the school year in his plan to close a $108 million deficit.
Nearly 70 city schools will lose their permanently assigned school police officers — and seven high schools will be staffed with unarmed ones — under a new plan to allow officers to carry guns without breaking the law while taking a larger role in the community.