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An excellent and equitable
education for all Baltimore
City Public School students
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Realize what's possible
An excellent and equitable
education for all Baltimore
City Public School students
Learn More
Realize what's possible
An excellent and equitable
education for all Baltimore
City Public School students
Learn More

what we do

Developing recommendations and innovative solutions for pressing issues in Baltimore City Public Schools. Our work includes Reports, Chicago Parent Program, Student Athlete Coalition, Grade Level Reading, and School Choice.
Securing and managing resources that expand opportunity for students through District Fundraising and Finance and Grants Management.
Recognizing, celebrating, and promoting excellence in Baltimore City Public Schools through the Heart of the Schools program.

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Find the latest updates from the Fund and learn what’s happening in Baltimore City Public Schools.
The Fund’s Program Director Angelique Jessup; Shana McIver, Director of Family Engagement at City Schools; and Nerissa Holder Hall, founder of Mirror Mirror Books, discuss “Back-to-School Readiness” and “How to Set Children Up for School Success” on WBFF Fox 45’s Straight Talk with Mike Gimbel. >> Read Tips & Watch Video

The initial response to our  report, NOT IN SERVICE, has been impassioned and encouraging, with local media helping to spread the word about a pressing set of issues that will require cooperation between local government, the MTA, and City Schools to identify and implement solutions.
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The Fund has elected three new members to its Board of Directors: Nancy Jordan-Howard, Arun Subhas and Justin A. Redd >> Check it out
The Fund’s new report examines how students experience public transportation in Baltimore and the implications that experience has for their academic and career opportunities. >> Check it out
A year ago, the Fund asked City Schools students, teachers, and principals to share their experience shifting to distance learning. In this series, the Fund asked those same individuals for their perspective on the past year. >> Read More
The Fund will continue to act, to learn and to challenge ourselves to do better and be better in the fight for racial justice and equity. >> Read On

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The Fund’s latest reportNOT IN SERVICE, examines how students experience public transportation in Baltimore and the implications that experience has for their education, employment and other opportunities.