‘More Than a Third of Baltimore City Schools Shift to Online Monday Amid Spread of COVID-19’

“Had the district chosen to follow the BTU’s plan, we would already know more fully who is positive, be ready to return in person, wouldn’t… CONTINUE >>

“Contending With Absences and Outbreaks, Baltimore Resumes In-Person Learning”

“A school-by-school, wait-and-see approach creates crises in schools and confusion across the district,” BTU president Diamonté Brown said at the time. Back in December, when… CONTINUE >>

President Brown Urges Emergency Action from Baltimore City Public School Board of Commissioners Regarding COVID-19 Omicron Variant

December 22, 2021 Dear Dr. Santelises, Board Chair Richardson, and School Board Commissioners,  I am writing to you due to the tremendous intensification of COVID-19… CONTINUE >>

President Brown and Local Leaders Tell State Lawmakers What They Wants to See in the 2022 Legislative Session

"Baltimore residents and local officials told state lawmakers that they want to see legislation improving public transportation, education, public safety and decriminalizing drug use in… CONTINUE >>

‘If They Need Extra Help, Let’s Give It To Them’: City Schools Announce Changes After Teachers Express Feeling ‘Burnt Out’

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Teachers in Baltimore City have been telling the district they feel burnt out and now, changes are now being made to help alleviate… CONTINUE >>