Baltimore school officials will review boundary lines of elementary schools for the first time in more than a decade as part of a broader plan to close or renovate dilapidated buildings and reduce class sizes.
Cpl. Ronnie McCain opened the floor for questions, and on cue, a wave of arms rose into the air.
Newly released surveillance camera footage from the Baltimore riots shows chaos erupting at North and Pennsylvania avenues, where a crowd breaches and loots stores, destroys police vehicles and sets fires while police stay on the fringe of the action.
Emails show city schools were given little notice to delay dismissal on day of unrest
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Principals, education advocates, parents and police supporters were divided Monday on whether stationing armed officers in Baltimore schools would be in the best interest of students.
The legal advocacy group that led a 30-year class-action lawsuit against the Baltimore City school system for failing to serve special education students is criticizing new measures taken by CEO Gregory Thornton to reorganize and streamline services at the district's central office.
As agencies prepared to address the public amid the Freddie Gray unrest, they were careful about messaging, emails show.