This year, Baltimore City Public Schools faced a $130 million structural budget gap for School Year 17-18. The gap was predicted to grow by about $30 million each year unless addressed.
Join the Education Affinity Group for a follow-up program to learn about outcomes from this year's state legislative session.
Literacy remains one of the priority areas for the current administration for Baltimore City Schools. Ms. Janise Lane will return to present the latest Baltimore City Schools’ Literacy Plan for the 2017-2018 school year.
Baltimore City Schools face a $130 million deficit and potentially 1,000 school-based layoffs. In January 2017, John Walker was appointed Interim Chief Financial Officer for the school district.
The 437th Maryland State Legislative session began on January 11, 2017. Join us for a panel presentation from state-wide children/education advocacy groups as they share their legislative agendas and strategies for this session.
In October, 2016, Melissa Broome was appointed as the Director of Policy and Legislative Affairs for Baltimore City Public Schools.
Alison Perkins-Cohen was appointed to the Chief of Staff position by the Baltimore City School Board on July 1,2016, at the recommendation of Dr. Sonja Santelises. As Chief of Staff, Ms.
Join us on December 13th to hear from Cheryl Knott of the Baltimore Neighborhood Indicators Alliance (BNIA) as they overlay data as it relates to School Centered Neighborhood Investment (SCNI) and student outcomes for Baltimore City children.
Please plan to join us on December 8th where we will discuss education-related grants that are going well and provide a "peer assist" to members who are trying to resolve a challenge related to their grantmaking.