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baltimore city public schools

Center for Talented Youth
Free program keeps kids learning all summer long
Published July 31, 2019
Elementary school students write code, create superheroes, learn about numbers, and more in Emerging Scholars Summer Program
Higher education
Billie Holiday Project hosts college access luncheon
Published May 28, 2019
Baltimore's highest-achieving high school juniors joined Hopkins students, faculty, and staff for a discussion of pathways to higher education
SABES
A spotlight on STEM projects
Published May 22, 2019
In SABES STEM Showcase, students in local elementary and middle schools share their designs and innovations
Center for Talented Youth
CTY launches new, free summer program for Baltimore students with high potential
Published May 1, 2019
A state grant will fund two new programs at elementary schools in West and Southeast Baltimore
COMMUNITY
This is how you hackathon
Published May 1, 2019
Mini-MedHacks brings city students to the East Baltimore campus for a day of problem-solving, design, and creativity
Sociology
Dangerous school commutes linked to absenteeism
Published Feb 13, 2019
Students whose routes to school pass through areas with high rates of violent crime are shown to have increased absenteeism and lower test scores, graduation rates
Glori's Day
Vision for success
Published Dec 11, 2018
Vision for Baltimore, which provides free vision screenings and eyeglasses for all Baltimore City students, celebrates the distribution of 5,000 pairs of glasses since the program launched in 2016
P-TECH
Superhero solutions
Published Sept 19, 2018
Students from Baltimore Dunbar's P-TECH program take part in 'Wakanda Design Challenge' at Congressional Black Caucus Foundation conference
STEM education
Pint-sized engineers showcase their inventions
Published May 18, 2018
Through the STEM Achievement in Baltimore Elementary Schools program, city youngsters learn science and engineering basics
City students get a leg up in STEM fields
Published April 30, 2018
Baltimore youngsters benefit from strategic partnerships with Johns Hopkins and Lockheed Martin