Schools, city union struggle for power
CITY / COUNTY DIGEST
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
The Parents Trapped
The honeymoon is over
Teachers call for ouster of Alonso
Baltimore teachers, still in the street
Teachers, tell us what's on your minds
A slow start to picketing
'Work to rule,' city teachers urged
Bell rings on another school year
Mitchell unveils school proposals
'Exemplary' teacher named city's best
Towson U gets state's OK to run 3 schools
Contract for teachers 'insulting'
State board gives city a break
Classroom aides on move
Violent week renews metal detector debate
Concern over Md. role in schools
Teachers union president faces 3 rivals
$1.1 billion sought for education
Northwestern rallies on, off field Wildcats prevail in OT after coaching change
Evaluate Baltimore teachers, but pay them fairly
Profits drive sympathy out of health careSurely...
Schools open to hope and bit of chaos Interim system chief pins optimism on city-state partnership
Teacher unions seek consensus on legislation Cooperation: Pensions are likely to become a critical issue for state lawmakers now that the two groups have put aside their rivalry to work together on an agenda for the General Assembly.
Goldstein's arm reaches too far southA July...
Vision-care bidders asked to cooperate Low-bid Ohio company requested to share with state's Spectera; Unions for Woodlawn firm; Public Works Board has postponed vote five times since April
City gives teachers two days of leave Action to settle contract causesstaffing worries
The trade-off: Perks for pay Contract: Salaries are low for Baltimore City teachers, but the work rules leave them more time in the classroom -- and the perks are the envy of their suburban colleagues.
Time to support school reform General Assembly action: Management changes, added resources absolutely crucial.
School reform threatens teachers' union rights
At the urging of the Baltimore Teachers...
Baltimore school test scores cut after state probe At least 22 teachers punished; actions tied to alleged cheating
It's the classroom, stupid
Teachers seek to alter city schools pact Union to file actions to ensure members' rights
Proposed city school board creates stir Community groups collecting names for powerful panel; 'Renewed activism'; Accord, still not final, would grant members wide authority
Legal bills hit $5 million in schools suit Baltimore spends far more than state; costs still mounting; 'I think it's worth it'; Both hired experts; city used lawyers from private firms
New schools from old court case Initiative: A little-known product of a 12-year-old lawsuit could change Baltimore education.
Baltimore schools to begin performance tests next week Original start date was delayed by mayor
Complaints made about lack of heat in schools Union says nine were not warm enough
Schmoke postpones tests for schools Mayor accidentally becomes mediator, halting teacher protest
City seeks innovative education proposals Meeting set for tonight on New Schools Initiative
Teachers fear reorganization Changes: Faculty in the Baltimore County community system show interest in unions.
A teacher's Tesseract epilogue Transfer: When Deverne Coleman opposed the privatization experiment at her school, she was moved against her will. She has won an appeal, but the outcome is uncertain.
Parents, educators, politicians express relief, dismay at schools compromise It would diminish authority of mayor, but bring in millions more in state aid