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Jennifer Badie


Jennifer Badie is a sports content editor. She was previously the education and obituaries editor for six years. She joined The Sun in 1998 as a copy editor, working as a slot editor for metro and as the features copy desk chief. She has a bachelor's degree in journalism from the University of Maryland, College Park.

Recent Articles

  • Staff picks for Ravens-Bengals

    Staff picks for Ravens-Bengals

    Baltimore Sun NFL writers and experts predict the result of Sunday's Ravens game against the Cincinnati Bengals at M&T Bank Stadium. Click the captions above to see predictions for the Ravens-Bengals game. Picks for other Week 3 games (winner in bold) appear below. Using our football app? Tap here...

  • Staff picks for Ravens at Raiders

    Staff picks for Ravens at Raiders

    Baltimore Sun NFL writers and experts predict the result of Sunday's Ravens game against the Raiders in Oakland. Click the captions above to see the picks.

  • Baltimore Sun staff predictions for Ravens vs. Broncos

    Baltimore Sun staff predictions for Ravens vs. Broncos

    Members of The Baltimore Sun's staff predict what will happen when the Ravens play the Broncos in Denver on Sunday in Week 1 of the NFL season.

  • HCC Part of Student Advocacy Day

    By Joe Burris Three years ago, Ben Fischer suffered a traumatic brain injury from a car accident that left him with slow cognitive skills. The Howard Community College student said that at the time doctors were uncertain whether he would to return to a traditional learning environment. But Fischer...

  • Howard school board outlines possible redistricting plans

    From Howard schools reporter Joe Burris: The Howard County board of education on Tuesday briefed the County Council on possible redistricting plans for the 2013-2014 school year, which include forming a 12-member attendance area committee to advise the superintendent. The school system outlined the...

  • Bright Minds Foundation Awards Grants

    Howard County public schools faculty were among several educators awarded funding to launch projects through the county’s nonprofit Bright Minds education foundation, school officials have announced. Award recipients included Jamie Proctor of Wilde Lake High School, who won $2,000 for the project...

  • Spelling errors in state education presentation

    From our colleague Michael Dresser on the Maryland Politics blog: When interim Maryland State School Superintendent Bernard J. Sadusky made a presentation before two House of Delegates committee Friday, he spelled out certain principles for flexibility under the Elementary and Secondary Education...

  • Edgewater elementary parents say building needs improvements

    From schools reporter Joe Burris: A group of parents, teachers, staff and students from Edgewater Elementary School on Thursday night implored Anne Arundel school officials to prioritize improvements to the school’s aging structure, which they say is wrought with health concerns. The school board...