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Progress Reports

July 2022

Family University events at science center and museum attract big crowds

City Schools partners with families to support student learning

Over 1,200 City Schools students and families spent an evening previewing the huge variety of City Schools’ summer programs and exploring the Maryland Science Center’s exhibits at the Spring Into Summer Learning event in mid-May. ...

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Teaching Fellows’ research leads to big gains in student reading skills

Team presents findings at renowned Carnegie Summit

When a team of City Schools English Language Arts teachers came together to form the Baltimore Secondary Literacy Improvement Community (BSLIC), they had a clear goal: identify new ways to rapidly improve their students’ reading skills. Now, their students are exceeding expectations. What's behind the success? ...

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“Chin up!” Harford Heights students record song and music video

Engaging, positive song reinforces life lessons and lifts student voice

Students in 2nd through 5th grade aren’t only building skills in classrooms; they’re dropping knowledge and rhymes on the mic, in the studio, and on camera — and learning important lessons in the process.  ...

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Renaissance Academy students build computer skills with Pass IT On

Customized curriculums emphasize career readiness and IT expertise

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Families watch their student-athletes from anywhere thanks to streaming sports

High-tech system bolsters coaching and college recruitment

The latest hit streaming show has nonstop action, heroic comebacks and edge-of-your-seat thrills…  but you won’t find it on Netflix or Hulu. And the stars are City Schools student-athletes!   ...

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