Baltimore school officials slow pace of school closures, seek to upgrade city’s historic institutions

After years of shuttering dozens of schools as enrollment declined, Baltimore city school officials are recommending the closure of only three facilities in the next two years. At a school board meeting Tuesday night, officials said they are proposing to close one traditional elementary school and one school for students with special needs. The city school staff are also recommending that one charter school - NACA II Freedom and Democracy Academy - lose its license to operate and be closed at the end of the school year. (Balt. Sun)

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