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Talia Richman

Talia Richman covers city schools and higher education for The Baltimore Sun. She joined the paper in 2017 after graduating from the University of Maryland. Talia's work has appeared in The Oregonian, USA Today and The Dallas Morning News, her hometown newspaper. For story tips and podcast recommendations, give her a call: 410-332-6012.
Broken locks, poor lighting: Baltimore schools found to have ‘significant security and safety issues’

The report found that across 165 Baltimore schools, “many of the interior doors to the classrooms do not have the ability/capability of being locked from the inside

Morgan State to build more on-campus housing in effort to address strong growth, improve security

Morgan State's enrollment is swelling. The Baltimore-based HBCU just got approval to build more student housing.

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