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Jennifer Badie

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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

  • Poll: Should President Obama address schoolchildren?

    Debate is swirling about President Obama's planned speech Tuesday to schoolchildren, urging them to take responsibility for their own education. Some school districts, such as Harford County, will not be broadcasting the president's speech, while others are allowing each school to decide. Parents...

  • End-of-year message from Dr. Alonso

    Here is the text of the end-of-year-message Andres Alonso sent out today. What do you think about what he says? June 26, 2009 Dear City Schools Colleagues, Staff, Partners and Friends, Next week we begin the 2009-10 fiscal year, and I want to thank you again for your partin making this past year a...

  • The final day of Space Camp

    Thursday was the final day of the Honeywell Educators @ Space Academy program, which 33 middle school math and science teachers from the Baltimore area took part in in Huntsville, Ala. Here are the final reports from some of the teachers who have been blogging about their experiences this week....

  • Math teacher's Space Camp report

    From Hereford Middle School math teacher Rachel Murphy, one of the 33 area teachers participating in the Honeywell Educators @ Space Academy program in Huntsville, Ala., this week: Wow, where do I start? I will try my best to fill you in on all the amazing things we have been doing while at Space...

  • Honeywell director talks about Space Academy

      Dave Wickersham, Honeywell's director of environmental projects, talks about the company's sponsorship of the Educators @ Space Academy program, which 33 Baltimore-area middle school math and science teachers are attending this week at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center in Huntsville, Ala.

  • Teachers' first day at Space Camp

    This week, 33 middle school math and science teachers from the Baltimore area are in Huntsville, Ala., to participate in the Honeywell Educators @ Space Academy program. They will be blogging about their experiences all week. Here are the reports from two teachers about their first day. From Sabourah...

  • Alonso says he 'made a real mistake'

    Baltimore schools CEO Andres Alonso released a statement today regarding the appointment of Brian Morris, former school board chairman, to an unadvertised, $175,000-a-year job as deputy CEO of operations. Morris withdrew his acceptance to the post Saturday, after questions arose about the hiring...

  • School's out

    Thanks to all the teachers, principals and parents who helped us find subjects to profile on the last day of school in Baltimore City and Baltimore County last week. From a student spending the summer visiting her grandmother in Greece to the closing of Harriet Tubman Elementary, we think they...

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