Join us for an update on Baltimore City Schools facilities. Learn more about infrastructure problems that exist, the funding mechanisms that exacerbate the problem and the steps City Schools is taking to proactively address facility challenges and buildings with alternative financing mechanisms.
At this Focus on City Schools (FOCS), City Schools' Christopher R. Won, Director of Research Services, and Michael Haugh, Program Evaluator Title 1, will share more about how the Elementary and Secondary Education Act's new requirements and City Schools' procurement guidelines might affect your grantees.
Join us on October 17th to receive a hardcopy of the 2018 Profile of Education Giving, learn about about data received and aggregrated and to discuss this year's outcomes and compare to previous years with your peers.
The Maryland Philanthropy Network is pleased to host Dr. Sonja Santelises, Chief Executive Officer of the Baltimore City Public School System, for an annual conversation with the CEO of Baltimore City Schools on September 13, 2018.
Join us to learn about the Maryland Suspension Representation Project's work to reconnect students with school and needed supports, hear how this can improve school systems and reduce school push-out and racial disparities in discipline, and share your ideas for keeping students in school.
The Early Education Data Collaborative was created to follow early childhood trajectories of children born to Baltimore City residents. Join us to hear from a panel of collaborative members. They will share research and data they've collected and learned to date as a member of the collaborative.
CEO Sonja Santelises and the Board of School Commissioners for Baltimore City Public Schools has determined that City Schools will become a restorative practices district over the next five years.
Join us for a panel discussion with area Deans of Education. The Deans will share their partnership with local school districts and organizations, teacher and school based career preparation and implications of recent and proposed education policy.
In 2008, City Schools adopted a model for school budgeting called “fair student funding” to put as many dollars as possible directly in schools, whose communities know best what their students need. According to City Schools, a number of changes have occurred since then.