By Vita Shats. It is 2021 and hate symbols are still not banned from schools. Something needs to be done about it. That something is the passage of HB 418. I tried to do something about it before. I met with my school’s principal a few years ago to talk about implementing a policy. He said it was above a school-level decision. I found it … Continue reading Hate Symbols have no place in our schools
by Liz Brown. The Maryland General Assembly legislative session adjourned Monday night, finishing with the usual rollercoaster of last-minute legislating but also mourning the death of House Speaker Mike Busch, who passed away Sunday. This week is now filled with the usual post-mortems of what bills passed, what bills did not pass, and what exactly happened. We at Forward Baltimore look back to see how … Continue reading Baltimore County School Construction—What Happened?
by Laurie Taylor Mitchell. The Annual Spring Drive of the Student Support Network will take place tomorrow and Saturday (April 5-6, 2019) at the St. Thomas Episcopal Church. Download the Annual Spring Drive flyer to see what’s needed, and please consider supporting this worthy cause! The Student Support Network improves the lives of Baltimore County students in poverty by providing food, other basic necessities, and … Continue reading Student Support Network Annual Spring Drive